The Parrot AR.Drone was not the only quadcopter at CES. From ArsTechnica, a report
on a toy quad with impressive-sounding specs ($299 show price; $399 MSRP). Gyro stabilization and some sort of altitude control (ultrasound). Sounds like it will quickly be sued into extinction by Lucas, but the trend here is clear. The era of cheap and capable quads is upon us. We'll be modding these things for full autonomy and good cameras in no time.
What does this mean for the expensive (multi thousand $s) quadcopters from the semi-pro world, such as the Draganfly
? I know they're more capable, but is it enough to justify the price difference?