CES 2016: The electric drone you can sit inside

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Ricky checks out a drone you can actually ride.

Tech companies have been unveiling their newest gadgets at a massive tech show called CES in Las Vegas, America.

One of the latest drone prototypes on show looks a bit like a helicopter and allows a passenger to sit inside.

It's controlled by a tablet and the passenger can choose their destination on it.

The drone, which has 8 propellers, takes between 2-4 hours to charge and would last for around 23 minutes flying time.

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Ricky finds out why this drone is one of the safest

This drone is said to be one of the safest drones on show at the exhibition, because the propellers aren't exposed.

Instead, they are encased in plastic, meaning owners can actually take hold of the drone.

It can even be switched off by turning it on its side.