EHANG Ghostdrone 2.0 VR iOS & Android Models
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worst commercial ever!
Seems cheaper on the mothership:
[MOD: That doesn’t include the “head-tracking VR goggles”.]
Here’s the correct link including the goggles for $690.
Not sure why I’m even replying, but I couldn’t disagree more.
Yeah, it’s pretty bad. Doesn’t even get to the product until about 1:30. LOL
So this has a very limited 90 day warranty as compared to from Amazon for ~ $235 more shipped, has a year warranty where they repair it up to 3x and even pay shipping back?
That warranty seems like a big deal. Then again, you’re buying a drone and the half at Woot price.
Too bad it doesn’t have a stereoscopic camera.
Was that a commercial for a daughter?
LOL! It’s an epidemic!
I just love how it comes with “Googles”
Shame I bet if you add a pair of goggles it would maybe interest to some people.
You must really like it with the double negative.
From experience unless you live in the desert you will crash it and you will need repair. This is where we Phantom owners run headlong into the truly awful Phantom service department. Before buying:
Check out the Amazon option for free repairs mentioned above
Check the reputation of their service
bahaha. like, “irregardless”
Given the rather impressive range this thing touts, are the goggles necessary for operation?
Your phone won’t be able to keep a signal out that far, so I’m guessing the goggles act as a middleman, effectively extending the range of your control with the phone.
Sorry if this is obvious, but I never heard of this drone before and it seems like a really good deal. What is the g-box? How do you control the flight of the drone, through your android or ios device, or dedicated controller? What is the range using the android or ios device? Thank you.
It looks like the VR Goggles and touch-screen controls don’t go too well together
English is not Latin; that’s not how it works. English (being a Germanic language) has many separated constructions. Here it’s “couldn’t (verb) more”. “More” is a quantifier which changes the verb.
If you “couldn’t run more”, you are not saying you can’t run.
The concept of double negative doesn’t apply.
(Pedantry sparring! On the internet! Amazing!)
Couple things I see… First, it looks like the headset is also the transmitter for the flight controls, so it has to be on, since your phone can’t send Bluetooth that far. There is no separate control, so you have to use your phone… The battery is a proprietary connection, so you have to purchase their batts ($100 each -Amazon) and the headset batt is a lipo as well. The 4500 MaH will only give you 15 to 20 min, which goes by quickly. That said… it’s not a bad price. Just know you will need more stuff. Finally, not to rain on anyone’s parade, but if you are considering for business use, its a no-go as you have to maintain line of sight (google goggles don’t count) per FAA sUAS Regulations…