Parrot defined the consumer quadrotor with its excellent (and affordable) AR Drone, which was first announced at CES 2010. Since then, Parrot has been expanding its quadrotor lineup, with mini quadrotors, wheeled quadrotors, semi-aquatic quadrotors, and quadrotors with beastly cameras inside of them.
At CES 2016, Parrot announced something new: a fixed wing drone called Disco, which promised a totally different flying experience. With a top speed of 70 kilometeres per hour, a flight time of 45 minutes, and a design that might even be (relatively) crash-friendly, Disco is totally different from the experience that you get with a quadcopter.
Today, Disco is official, and as it turns out, we’re not just getting a new fixed-wing drone: Parrot is bundling Disco with a complete first-person view, or FPV, system. You get the drone, a completely redesigned long-range Skycontroller, and Parrot Cockpitglasses, which turn your smartphone into an immersive display that lets you fly from the perspective of the drone itself.