The Smallest Drone in All the Skies

This drone weighs less than a silver dollar

By The Editors

This Drone Weighs a Quarter of an Ounce
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13 September 2015

When the USAF rolled out the Predator MQ-1 in 1995, people were impressed by its (relatively) small size.

Twenty years later, the Predator is — by drone standards — a behemoth.

The new standard for unmanned flight in the smallest package possible? TRNDlabs’ SKEYE Pico Drone, a featherweight, super-compact device that measures 2.2 x 2.2 cm and tips the scales at 0.25 ounces.

That’d make it the smallest drone in all the skies.

The specs:

- Simple takeoffs with Ready to Fly technology — just throw it in the air and you’re off

- LED lights for night flights

- Fits inside its own remote control for convenient carry

- A 6-axis control system that makes for a stable, easy-to-fly experience

- Three levels of sensitivity adjustment: beginner, mid-level and headless mode

Best part? It does tricks.

The Pico’s tiny dimensions allows it to flip, spin and dive as you guide it through wee passageways or — our preferred use case — chase your cat around the house.

Have a look. Twelve-year-old you will thank you.

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