For just $50, you can own the smallest quadcopter in the world: the SKEYE Nano Drone. Measuring in at just four centimeters (1.5 inches) per side, the drone is small enough to take off from your thumb, fast enough to zip around a house almost faster than you can see, and nimble enough to annoy the heck out of your cat.
The drone has three settings depending on your skill level. And the tiny copter is self-stabilizing, meaning that you can take your hands off the controls and it won’t plummet of of the air. In fact, you can toss it up into the air for takeoff no problem.
SKEYE also comes with four replacement rotors and can charge via USB. It uses that power to engage backflips with the flick of the controller, figure eights, and aileron rolls. It even has LEDs for those late night try-to-land-on-your-sleeping-brother’s-face adventures.
You can order the drone here.