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Rook – The Home Assistant that Flies

Control your house with a robot using Rook, the home assistant that flies. Equipped with a powerful built in camera, this drone is essentially a flying security device. Connecting to your home’s Wi-Fi network, Rook can be managed and flown from anywhere, even if you’re not at home. Rook becomes your eyes and ears while you are out. Use it to make sure you turned off the stove or the iron, check on your kids when they arrive home from school, and even ensure Fido stays off the couch. Rook uses the app on your smartphone to be intuitively controlled and provide a live feed of your home. Complete with four propellers, Rook can be flown with virtually any skill level, making it easy to monitor your home and get peace of mind while you’re away.

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Rook – The Home Assistant that Flies
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9.4/10
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Ashley Timms
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Compatibility
Android, iOS
Flight Time
5 mins
Special Feature
Point and Drag Smartphone Control
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John

I would like to know how long Rook flies on charge? And I suggest that you could program it to automatically fly back to the charging station when it sense that the battery is getting low.

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