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got official confirmation today that @Parrot
is indeed pulling out of the mini drone market. Websites like Amazon have slowly been running out of stock. We'll be retiring the Mambo and Swing as our top picks and testing new drones soon. https://t.co/WbvyIxs3Fj
— Signe Brewster (@signe) July 18, 2019
Parrot announced the AR.Drone back at CES 2010, three years before DJI’s Phantom 1. It was a seemingly odd move by a company best known for making bluetooth speakers and headsets, but over the years it’s continued to release fairly novel takes on the growing category.
Two years back, the French company announced its intentions to shift product away from consumer focused device. Since then, it’s been slowly scaling things back, this week confirming a Wirecutter report that it’s leaving the toys behind.
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