Amazon’s drones, the Amazon Firefly and Amazon Echo, are among the top-selling items in its retail network.
They are also among the cheapest, according to research by TechRadars.
However, these are not the only drones available in Amazon’s stores, with the company offering more than 100 different drone options for $199.99 or more.
The list of drones ranges from a single-rotor quadcopter to a two-rotter quadcopters, two-wheeled hoverboards and more.
The Amazon FireFly has become the company’s top-seller drone after its launch on December 7.
The $799.99 drone can be configured with an Amazon Firecam HD remote-control camera for up to three-axis aerial photography.
Amazon’s Firefly is also capable of aerial photography and video recording.
The Echo, which is also available for $599.99, is Amazon’s second-best-selling drone after the Firefly.
The Echo has the largest battery life of any Amazon drone at over 10 hours and has a 12-megapixel camera for video recording, and a 16-megapixels front camera for photos.
The company is also selling a 32-gigabyte version of the Echo for $799, which can take up to 10 hours to charge.
The drone is also compatible with Amazon’s Echo Dot, which comes with a microphone, speaker, gyroscope and accelerometer.
Amazon is also launching a drone that can be used to fly and land.
The DJI Phantom 4 includes a 3D camera, accelerometer, gyrosensor and a camera for photo and video capture, and the company is offering a 64-gigahertz model for $749.99.
The Alexa-powered Echo Dot also comes with Alexa, a microphone and a speaker.
The drone is compatible with Alexa’s voice-activated voice search.
Amazon’s drone sales come as Amazon has been ramping up its drone business, which has seen it expand into the commercial space and in-flight entertainment, with its first drones sold for about $1 million.
Amazon has also launched its own drone-delivery service, which allows customers to order the drone on its website.
The new drone is the latest drone Amazon has added to its drones offerings, as well as the first drone to offer a remote-controlled camera.
The Amazon Echo Dot has an estimated battery life and the DJI Hoverfly, which offers an Alexa-enabled camera, has a battery life comparable to the DJIs Phantom 4.