We’ve seen a few contenders for the world’s smallest quadcopter drone in the recent months. The new DWI Nano 1 quadcopter is another; and like the DHD Drone D1 (read my review here) it fits right in its controller.
The main difference between this and the DHD Drone D1 is that the DWI Nano 1 doesn’t have a symmetric design, or it features an anisotropic arrangement in other words.
It’s pretty darn small with overall dimensions of just 2.5 x 2.5 x 1.9cm, and could make for an interesting indoor flier this winter (here are 10 other indoor drones under $30).
Quite an interesting one indeed. One can finally say now that there’s no dearth of nano flying quadcopter drones in the market! Will you be getting one this season?