Parrot AR Drone 2.0 Power Edition Quadricopter

Parrot AR Drone 2.0 Review

This Power Edition Quadricopter is the current variation of AR’s popular series of separate drones. The Parrot AR Drone presents the brand-new black color design with the range of colored rotors and more far, a big enhancement of battery life– as much as 36 minutes! This is attained through using 2 batteries, something that formerly might just be finished with your adjustments.

In addition to the huge battery life, this quadcopter is likewise powered by means of the mobile phone app; there is no controller. This is fairly various from other quadcopters, such as the popular DJI Phantom FC40, which utilize a controller in conjunction with a mobile phone. Exactly what this implies for you is that you would have one less piece to tune and adjust prior to removing.



– Smartphone app managed

– Integrated 720p HD electronic camera

– iOS and Android suitable

– 36 minute air travel time per charge

– Live video streaming

– Automatic stabilization system

– 2 1500 mAh LiPo batteries

– 50 meter variety

– Lightweight– 380 grams


The Power Edition of the Parrot has actually been upgraded with a far more stealthly and smooth appearance– all black. The only color on the quadcopter originates from the rotors, which AR provides in orange, red, blue, or– you thought it– black. If you’re a fan of the Sith or the Darkside, the option is simple for you.



The Parrot is managed through it’s mobile phone app, which is a fascinating strategy. This gets rid of a great deal of the headaches of calibration and tuning users experience with a standard RC controller. All you truly have to do is switch on the drone, fire up and the app and you’re all set to fly.

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You can utilize the controls onscreen or your mobile’s accelerometer to manage the drone. The Wi-Fi connection in between your phone and the drone is strong and does not drop out, which is a plus.

When in the air, the Parrot is an enjoyment to fly. We discovered it’s motions to be really exact and simple to navigate, which in the beginning is unanticipated provided it is being managed from a touch screen.

This is the end of a Parrot AR 2.0 Drone Review. If you don’t like this drone for any reason go and check this ultimate list of a drones with video cameras for 2017.


About the Author: Ruan Nelio

When I'm not geeking out over the newest drones, I'm busy flying my DJI Mavic 2 Pro all over Oslo. The coolest part about this job is I get to keep some of the drones I review, which happens to be how I got my Mavic 2!

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