B-Unstoppable Tank Quadcopter Drone

Jun 22, 2015

Category: Tech

Become master of both the air and the ground with the world’s first tank quadcopter drone. Named the B-Unstoppable, this hybrid tank-quadcopter uses a 2.4 GHz radio transmitter, and is capable of driving over high obstacles due to the neoprene track that runs over all 4 rotors.

The B-Unstoppable drone has an onboard DVR camera, and can last for up to 18 minutes on the ground (or 9 minutes in the air). Because it can fly and drive, it gives users two different filming perspectives. And because it quietly drives on the ground, the B-Unstoppable is able to sneak quietly to get closer to film wildlife (unlike with a noisy flying drone). The B-Unstoppable is currently looking for funding on Kickstarter, and has an intended shipment set for October. [Purchase]

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