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V-Coptr Falcon Drone

The new V-Coptr Falcon Drone by Zero Zero Robotics not only flies for 50 Minutes (about twice what similar competitors can claim), it runs on two silent propellers instead of four noisy ones. Dubbed has the world’s first V-shaped bi-copter, the sleek V-Coptr captures 4K video at speeds up to 30fps and video transmission with a three-axis gimbal to keep footage stable and shake-free, and boasts a range of 4.3 miles, plus object avoidance, auto-follow and auto-homing. watch the video below



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WD_Black Game Drive

No more sacrificing games when you reach the storage capacity limit of your gaming station. Western Digital has launched a new line of high-performance drives for gamers to give you all the storage you need for your expanding library. They provide the performance, capacity, and reliability to help PC and console gamers to drive their game and play without limits. The five new external solutions are thoughtfully designed and created to be the gamers wingman in battle...
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SATECHI DUAL SMART OUTLET

Satechi now sells a HomeKit plug that turns one dumb outlet into two smart outlets. The new Satechi Dual Smart Outlet gives you control of two devices at once, the ideal solution for controlling appliances remotely or automatically turning lights, coffee makers, TVs and more, off and on. It also offers power consumption monitoring through the app to encourage efficient energy usage. Designed to work with Apple HomeKit, the device connects to your existing wireless n...
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Insta360 ONE X

Insta360, a company that makes 360-degree video recording accessible to the masses, is back with the Insta360 ONE X, an impressive 360-degree 5.7K action camera. Unlike the previous model, the popular Insta360 ONE, the ONE X doesn’t have a plug to connect it to an iPhone. It works on its own, and everything you record is transferred either wirelessly or through a micro USB cable. The sleek device can now record spherical video at 5.7K resolution and 30 frames per se...
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