7 Best Drones of CES 2016

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Ehang 184 Human-Carrying Drone

This drone is able to carry a single passenger and features no controls. The passenger simply inputs a destination on the tablet controls and hits "Take off".

The Ehang 184, which will cost between $200,000-$300,000, can hit 63mph, fly up to 11,500 feet and travel 23 minutes at a time carrying up to 220lb. We'll have to wait and see if the Ehang 184 ever becomes legal, but Ehang said at CES that it’s working closely with government agencies on the 184.

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