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Paper Airplane VR Drone

Imagine turning a simple paper airplane into a virtual reality experience? PowerUp FPV lets you experience flight as if you were sitting in the cockpit of your very own paper airplane. Wearing your smartphone with a head-mounted display (Google cardboard viewer included), you see what your plane sees! All you have to do to control the plane is simply tilt your head in the direction you want it to fly. It has a over 300ft Wi-Fi video streaming range, reaches speeds of up to 20 MPH, and can flight for 10 minutes on a full charge. Compatible with iOS and Android smartphones. 

Learn more from PowerUp, or grab one from Amazon




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