10 January 2013 04:30 | By Paul Lamkin
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CES 2013: Parrot Flower Power

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A couple of years ago Parrot caused quite a stir at CES with its AR.Drone, the first quadricopter piloted via Wi-Fi and a mobile app. And while the Drone saw an upgrade at this year's show, it was this Bluetooth flower that was making the most waves on the company's stand.

Indoor or outdoor, Parrot Flower Power measures the parameters that facilitate the growth of the plant in which it is associated. It measures sunlight, humidity, temperature and fertilizer.

This information is then transferred via Bluetooth to the Parrot Cloud, analysed by dedicated software and sent to your smartphone or tablet.

Out this year, we've no word on price yet.

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