Last month, DJI the company that makes Drones for enthusiast, made their debut with Tello. Tello is a drone that’s built by a Chinese Startup company – RYZE Tech. They’ve partnered up with DJI to make the drone possible. Despite being small, the DJI Tello packs tons of stuff under the hood that can get the hang of it.

DJI Tello: Quick Highlight of the Specifications

The DJI Tello looks almost the same as the Mavic at first glance, but it’s ridiculously small weighing in at 80g. It’s powered by an Intel Processor, which has 14 cores under the hood. It comes with a 5MP camera that let’s you shoot videos and also capture photos as well. Not just that, for videos it comes with EIS for smooth transition and captures videos upto 720p.

According to DJI, the Tello has a 13 minute Flight time that stays connected via 2 Antennas. Not just that, Tello will be possible to control with the help of smartphone VR Headset. As for the tracking, it uses Intel Movidius Myriad 2 VPT, that gives the power to respond to gestures that we make.

What makes DJI Tello stand apart from the rest is the fact that Tello plays a vital role in learning. They made the drone programmable with Scratch, an MIT- developed coding system which lets teens and kids to get around the basic of programming. If you want to step things up, worry not as you can develop software applications for Tello using the SDK.

Pre-Orders for the DJI Tello

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From what we see, dealers are listing DJI Tello Pre-Orders on e-commerce site like Lazada and 11Street. It also says that,  Tello will come with a year warranty by DJI Malaysia. Pre-order starts at RM449  and the drone will be made available somewhere from mid-to-late March 2018, which is next month.

If anyone is planning to learn about drones and wants to purchase one that doesn’t break the bank, DJI Tello sure does sound like a viable option for it’s price tag. We will keep you updated if there’s any update on it. Meanwhile, if you want to pre-order, head over to the link below.

Link to Lazada | Link to 11Street

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