The reviewer has been compensated in the form of a Best Buy Gift Card and/or received the product/service at a reduced price or for free.
Several years ago when the tiny remote-controlled airplanes became hugely popular, my husband and sons fell in love with the fun that is flying a gadget around in the air. In fact, one year for Christmas my husband asked for a large version of the tiny planes. And last year he decided he wanted a remote-controlled drone with a camera to fly around our yard. There is just something about remote-controlled gadgets that boys and men just can’t resist!
Just in time for Father’s Day, you can really surprise your significant other with the new 3DRobotics Solo Drone at Best Buy. This new Smart Drone called Solo arrived at 400 Best Buy stores just in time for Father’s Day this year. Solo is the first drone to be powered by two Linux computers making it the smart drone to own. Imagine the surprise on the father in your life’s face when he unwraps Solo, the new Smart Drone from 3DR.
Solo can define its own flight, allowing the controller to focus on getting that perfect shot. It is the first drone to fully support GoPro cameras and to deliver live HD video either wirelessly to a mobile device or through the controller’s HDMI port for live broadcasts. You can find the 3DRobotics Solo Drone at Best Buy for $999 and it would make a fabulous Father’s Day gift this year. Add in the new GoPro Hero+LCD that I told you about in an earlier post and you’ve got the hottest gift that’s sure to impress!
Take a peek at Solo the Smart Drone in action. It looks like something my husband and sons would have a blast with! (And I bet yours would too!)
Best Buy has some special offers on 3DRobotics Solo Drone this Father’s Day.
Get a FREE Solo Smart Battery (Reg. Price: $149.99) when you purchase the 3DR Solo Drone (Sku: 5354101). Valid 6/7-7/11 at Best Buy. Disclaimer: Offer valid with purchase of the 3DR Solo Drone SKU: 5351035.
Be sure to head over to your local Best Buy to check out Solo, the new Smart Drone from 3DRobotics.