The Syma X5UW is the latest addition to Syma’s popular X5 line of mini quadcopters and is currently the flagship X5 model. It also features the most advanced WiFi FPV camera that any X5 has seen to date.
In this review, we take a look at one of the most popular quadcopters around that can lift action cameras — the Syma X8HG.
Recently, Syma released an update for its highly popular X5SW toy quadcopter. Dubbed the X5HW, the new model is an incremental update to its predecessor with altitude hold being the key feature that sets it apart.
The Syma X9 Explorers is one of those RC toys that simply doesn’t fit the conventional description of a toy quadcopter. It has four motors and propellers as well as a set of wheels which give it the ability to fly in the air and cruise on the ground.
Last month, I reviewed the Syma X8C — a 350-size toy-grade quadcopter by Syma which also happens to be the company’s largest model to date. Like the smaller X5C-1, the X8C is amazingly stable in the air and is great fun to fly…
The Syma X8C is a 350mm-size toy-grade quadcopter and is currently the largest produced by the Guangdong-based company Syma. With physical dimensions that are almost indistinguishable to the latest Phantom 3, the X8C shares a striking resemblance with DJI’s highly popular range of consumer drones.
The Syma X5SW is the latest and most advanced model in Syma’s X5 range of toy-grade quadcopters. It is also the priciest in the range, although only by a small margin, and is the only model to feature FPV (First Person View) video over wifi.
What happens when you inject the Syma X5C-1 with steroids? You get the X5SC-1, the latest model in Syma’s highly popular X5 lineup. The new X5SC-1 is a big improvement over its predecessor and comes in two other variants
Ever since Syma released the venerable X5C in 2013, it quickly became the standard by which all other sub-$100, 230mm-sized toy-grade quadcopters were compared against. The X5C quickly gained a large following
The X13 Miracle (also known as the X13 Storm) is Syma’s latest toy-grade mini quadcopter in the sub $50 price range. It features headless flying, a 6-axis gyro and all the other…