It seems that flying devices with multiple rotors are all the rage these days. This is especially true in light of Amazon’s announcement to deliver your goods using quadcopters in the near future. But there are times when all an RC enthusiast wants is a good old flying plane, one that he can control with the accelerometer in his iPhone. Right? These people exist, don’t they? Because how else to justify asking $94 for the above SmartPlane? Its 1g battery keeps the entire rig light enough to fly for 5 minutes on a 15 minute charge, getting its fully-proportional instructions through your iPhone’s Bluetooth 2.0 connection. On your display you’ll get a horizon, so you can keep the plane flying level, and on-board software takes care of other details that normally make the experience more challenging for beginners. Its construction and relatively low flying speed also mean that the SmartPlane is crash proof and is even safe to use in an office environment.