At this year's CES, Yuneec debuted the Typhoon H, which is poised to compete with market leader DJI on quality, features, and price. The high-end features include a six-rotor design, 360-degree gimbal camera, retractable landing gear and a carbon fiber build. Its CGO3+ camera records video at up to 4K quality and captures still images at a 12-megapixel resolution. The Typhoon H is piloted with an Android-powered controller that featuring physical joysticks. Automated flight modes include Orbit, Point of Interest, Curved Cable, and Journey, and an optional Intel RealSense for collision avoidance. But the biggest selling point has to be the price: $1,799, making it $1,100 less than the price of the DJI Inspire 1.