The Best Drones of CES 2015


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Ghost Drone

Developed by Chinese/American company Ehang in partnership with Duke University, the Ghost is a Follow-equipped GoPro-toting drone. The drone is controlled through an app on an Android phone, with an iOS version anticipated out in March. The three-propeller, 1.4-pound drone can fly at 49 mph and attain an altitude of .six miles. Flight time is around a half hour, but it becomes less if you attach an optional accessory that lets it carry the GoPro.

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