If the name Ehang rings a bell, it’s probably because you’ve heard or read about the company’s 184 Drone — aka, the flying taxi that was unveiled at CES earlier this year. The company may be best known as the purveyor of a yet-to-be-released sky taxi, but it also makes a number of smaller drones that don’t carry people. The latest of these is the Ghost Drone 2.0 — a new and improved version of the company’s original drone that’s designed for first person view flying. We took it for a spin to see how it stacks up against some of the more popular drones on the market.
Out of the box, the Ghost Drone 2.0 sports a decent set of specs and features. It provides about 25 minutes of flight time, a maximum operating range of about one kilometer (0.62 miles), maximum speed of about 43 miles per hour, and a gimbaled 4K camera that helps you capture awesome aerial footage of your flights.
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