Nerf N-Strike Elite Terrascout RC Drone

May 9, 2016

Category: Gear

It appears Nerf has finally made all our dreams come true with their new N-Strike Elite Terrascout RC Drone, powered by a wireless remote. Now, users can stealthily snipe their friends and coworkers from afar thanks to the drone’s wireless remote that produces a live video feed from a camera hidden inside the tank itself.

The drone is powered by a rechargeable battery and the controller by four AAs. And with all this power there’s little terrain the RC Drone can’t conquer. Wake up your buddies from a slumber, surprise some coworkers on a lazy Wednesday afternoon, or use it a supplementary artillery in all-out office warfare. You’ll be safely out of range of any retaliatory fire and get the upper hand thanks to its quiet operation. Each magazine holds up to 18 darts, and the blaster can be aimed independently of the direction the drone is driving. To top it all of, the footage from the tank’s 720 HD camera can be recorded on an SD card, allowing you to document each attack. Nerf plans on making this beast available in the fall for $200. [Purchase]

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