The Scorpion is lifted and propelled by four rotors. Unlike most helicopters, a quadcopter use symmetrically pitched blades mounted on four motors to produce lift. Controlling the speed of these individual motors allows the machine to move forward and backward, up and down, strafe left and right, and rotate clockwise and counterclockwise. The Scorpion brings a new element to 2.4GHz control helicopters and offers a completely different experience of flying. It offers a refreshing change on how to hover, balance, and control a copter. With the help of an adjustable 6 axis gyro, stability and agility is achieved effortlessly. Flying the Scorpion is simple and intuitive allowing the pilot to enhance their skills quickly. Once you enhance your skills enough there are settings built in that you can disable to advance your ability to fly the Scorpion. With the use of 2.4ghz technology the JJRC F180 radio system has the benefit of longer control distance, strong anti-interference technology, low power consumption, and rapid response times. The LCD screen displays helicopter trim data. The transmitter also allows you to choose between an easy or hard mode. This sets the sensitivity of the controls and the motors. With the setting on the Scorpion is less responsive and inherently more stable. With the setting on mode the Scorpion is awaken and a lot more responsive. Additionally you can depress the top right button of the transmitter and activate the Mode. This feature deactivates some of the gyros that maintain stability and allows the pilot to perform flips and rolls.