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WATCH: BBC News Introduces The 'Hexacopter'

We're not sure if it outdoes Fox News and its giant tablets, but the BBC introduced a gadget it says will "transform the way TV news looks in the future."

They call it the "hexacopter." And it's essentially a drone with six rotors that's able to flit through many places a cameraman or a helicopter could not.

It's a cool gadget that produces cool shots and there's not much more to it than that, so we'll leave you with the BBC's piece about it:

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