Some two years ago, Hubsan released the X4 H107D. It became the world’s smallest FPV toy quadcopter to feature 5.8GHz video, quickly turning into a novelty as other manufacturers continued to favor the less reliable WiFi FPV due to lower costs.
The WLToys Q202 has got to be one of the most bizarre toy quadcopters of 2015. At first glance, the Q202 looks like it was inspired by Marvel’s SHIELD Helicarrier..
The WLToys V272 is a micro quadcopter based on the highly popular Estes Proto X micro quadcopter. It is also the same quadcopter that’s shipped with the WLToys V282/V292 kits but comes with a much larger hobby-grade transmitter…
The WLToys V676 and V646 are two micro quadcopters based on the popular CX-10 design. They were released at the end of last year at around the same time as the V282 and V292 which I had reviewed earlier this month.
When Latrax released the Alias some two years ago, it became an instant hit. The Alias offered fantastic flying characteristics, sporty performance, great stunts and great looks. However, it sold for about $150 which put…
I’ve never been a big fan of micro quadcopters. Micros are harder to fly, they can hardly resist any sort of wind and are a lot more fragile compared to their larger brethren.