Gizmodo - This Tiny Pocket Drone Flies for Two Hours with a Thin Wire Tether

A look at Extreme Access Pocket Flyer from Andrew Liszewski, Contributing Editor of Gizmodo.

Living in a mostly wireless world is a fantastic experience: were it not for constant connectivity issues, competing wireless protocols, limited ranges, and terrible battery life. That last issue is of particular concern for tiny reconnaissance drones like this hexcopter from Cyphy that work best when remaining aloft for hours. So its creators decided to skip squeezing a tiny battery onboard, and instead keep it tethered with a long invisible wire.

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