The inexpensive Black Talon is great for those who want to learn how to race drones.
Sports and serious shooters will find a lot to like in this mirrorless camera, but some of the features are overkill for casual photographers.
While expensive, the 3DR Solo offers a lot of features in an easy-to-fly package that pushes drone smarts to the limit.
Design professionals and serious 3D-printer users will find the Ultimaker 3 well worth the high cost, thanks to its excellent print quality and support for a wide range of materials.
Beginners will like the simplicity of the Mod-T, which produces decent quality prints, though it struggles with some complex models.
The Sky Viper Hover racer is a simple racing drone that offers a lot of performance for a low price.
Outdoor videographers and adventurous types will love this compact, easy-to-fly and high-quality drone that won’t take much space in their backpacks.
The da Vinci Mini offers great performance for the price, but it is limited to using filament from XYZ.
Since being bought out by 3D printing giant Stratsys in 2013, Makerbot has struggled to find a new spot in the 3D printer market. The company is now aiming at educational and high-volume print users with the $2,499 Replicator+, the sixth
The Yuneec Breeze 4K is a small and simple-to-fly drone that takes decent video, but it's worth spending a bit more to get better results.
The Champ S+ offers an alternative to the ubiquitous quadcopters of the drone world, and is easy to use and fly.
The PowerUp FPV adds powered flight and a camera to a paper plane, but it's expensive for what it offers.
The Maker Select Ultimate targets the budget-conscious 3D printmaker who wants to experiment with 3D printing without breaking the bank.
The Typhoon H is an innovative, easy-to-fly drone that offers a lot of features for the serious drone video maker.
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The Extreme Fliers Micro Drone 3.0 is a fun, easy-to-fly drone that takes good-quality video. It costs more than some similar models, though, and is not as robust.
Aspiring racers will love the speed and maneuverability of the Aerix Drones Black Talon, but the battery life is frustratingly short.
The new rules mean you now have to register to fly a drone, and you might have to pass a written test.
This 3-in-1 from XYZprinting handles two of its tasks (3D printing and laser etching) fairly well, but you'll be disappointed by the 3D-scanning features.
The Sky Viper v950 is a cheap, simple-to-fly drone that takes decent video — as long as you don't expect documentary-quality video or quick responses.
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Serious 3D print users and well-heeled amateurs will love the speed, quality and flexibility of the LulzBot TAZ 6.
The Hubsan FPV X4 offers a cheap way into the world of drone racing, as long as you don't expect top-notch video.