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TYRC TY6 Sky Overlord (Review)

Some time in the second half of last year, we began to see some really unusual toy drone designs. These include the bottle-shaped Lishitoys L6059W and a slew of other oddly-shaped sub-$100 quadcopters. The TYRC TY6 Sky Overlord is one such toy drone that was released at the end of last year which doesn’t quite conform to the word “conventional”.


HHD H3 (In-Depth Review)

The HHD H3 is a multi-purpose RC toy that can function as a quadcopter, RC tank and jumping car. At a price of just $58, it offers plenty of value and makes a great gift for kids.


JGAurora A3S (In-Depth Review)

When the latest range of JGAurora 3D printers first became available at GearBest a few weeks ago, I was really excited. The new printers are all ready-to-print models and they are all fairly affordable. Best of all, they look really good, especially the A3S and A5.


DLFPV DL-1080 (In-Depth Review)

Just a few months ago, DLFPV released its first micro FPV racer — the DL-1060 and now they’ve unveiled a more advanced micro. Known as the DL-1080, this new model shares a number of similarities with the earlier DL-1060 as much as it is more advanced.


Da Ming DM107S (In-Depth Review)

The Da Ming DM107S is a foldable selfie toy drone that costs about $50 shipped at GeekBuying. It features a 2MP HD 720P camera with a wide angle lens — something that is still uncommon in the sub-$100 toy drone segment.


Eachine E56 (In-Depth Review)

The Eachine E56 is one of the more popular toy selfie drones in the market today thanks partly to its very affordable price and HD 720P camera. More importantly, the E56 stands out from the rest due to its less conventional g-sensor controller.


TronXY X5S (In-Depth Review)

The X5S is a large format DIY 3D printer kit from TronXY and is the only model from the company that features a CoreXY design Currently priced at just $290 with free shipping at GearBest, the X5S is a printer that offers fantastic value considering that it is a CoreXY 3D printer with a large print capacity of 330 x 330 x 400mm.


AKK X2 (In-Depth Review)

The AKK X2 is a 40-channel FPV video transmitter that costs just $22 shipped. Unlike the earlier the all-in-one A3 which I reviewed earlier, the X2 does not come with a pre-installed antenna or camera. With that said, the X2 is more of a FPV transmitter (Tx) that is more suited to those who want to use their own choice of antenna and camera.

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