The Parrot Disco prototype drone is displayed last week during a press event for 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Disco is a 1.5-pound, fixed-wing drone with a fish-eye camera that can fly up to about 50 mph for about 45 minutes after being launched by tossing it in the air.
The Parrot Disco prototype drone is displayed last week during a press event for 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Disco is a 1.5-pound, fixed-wing drone with a fish-eye camera that can fly up to about 50 mph for about 45 minutes after being launched by tossing it in the air. Ethan Miller Getty Images
The Parrot Disco prototype drone is displayed last week during a press event for 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. The Disco is a 1.5-pound, fixed-wing drone with a fish-eye camera that can fly up to about 50 mph for about 45 minutes after being launched by tossing it in the air. Ethan Miller Getty Images

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