Drone flying is quickly becoming a popular hobby among tech-enthusiasts. You’ll find indoor and outdoor models, as well as options designed for those just starting out, and those for flyers with more advanced skills.
When it comes to consumer drones, there are few names that have the clout that DJI carries. DJI’s Phantom line has seen industry-wide use and earned a lot of praise for performance and durability.
3D Robotics wants to take DJI down a peg or two, and the company’s Solo drone might have the chops to do it (or at least compete on even footing). What should you know about the Solo?
Take a look at most of the drones on the market, and you’ll find that they have several things in common. The most obvious of these is the form factor – most drones are quadcopters.
However, while most of the top consumer drones currently available are quadcopters, there are a few large multi-rotors out there as well.
For instance, the Walkera Tali H500 is a popular option among consumers that ditches the quadcopter design for a hexcopter design (which means it has six propellors). Let’s take a close look at the Tali H500 and see how it differentiates itself from the pack…