Allow us to enter this drone topic slowly. I know that some of you out there got burned by the initial Lily drone campaign, I know that even more of you were interested but didn’t take the crowd-funding plunge. Great news for all of us, Lily is back with a new company at the helm. Mota is a manufacturer of several other drones, they’ve scooped up the rights to the Lily drone and made some updates. Lily is ready to fly! This is Lily Next-Gen.We met with Mota during CES 2018.
As we’ve mentioned time and again, we got to see many drones at CES 2018. One of the brands that stood out for us is called High Great. They have two new small, folding drones that we stopped in to learn about. Joins us for our interview with High Great at CES 2018 to look at Mark and Hesper. The larger of the two new drones, Hesper is a long and skinny folding quadcopter with 18 minutes of flight time and 1080p video recording.
We had a great time at CES 2018 checking out all the drones, and there were many. Now it’s time to crown some winners of the show. We’ve chosen a few broad categories and have some top picks for you to check out. Our award categories for CES 2018 include our pick for the overall best new drone, best new portable drone, best new small/beginner drone and a couple honorable mentions. No matter your chosen category, we all win with the drones announced at CES 2018.
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