Micro Butterfly, the world's smallest R/C plane

We thought that tiny R/C Spitfire with its 6-inch wingspan was the smallest flying model plane ever, but now Plantraco outdoes itself with this even smaller Micro Butterfly.

With its 3.5 inch wingspan, it brings the same sophisticated four-channel, fully proportional control of the Spitfire, at an identical price of $150.

Everything about it is exceptionally small, especially its radio-controlled receiver, the world's lightest at .38 grams. Its makers say this little sucker is easy to fly. This we gotta try. Here's a video of this mini-plane in action:

Via Oh Gizmo