Aerix Black Talon: A Review; For Beginners Who Can Afford A SpareBy Ava Jones
Anybody who has experienced the Aerix Black Talon can attest to the fact that it shouldn't be judged for its very small size. Not only is it fun to fly, it is convenient to maneuver and is impressively fast. It is an amazing facing drone, but with a short battery life, which is probably the only thing that disappoints its users.
Now, the new Back Talon 2.0 brings the same fun racing experience from its predecessor but with better video quality and a more affordable price, Tom's Guide reported. The Aerix Black Talon 2.0 has up to 4 minutes of flight time, 1280 x 720 pixels camera, 4 2.75-inch diameter rotors, and an optional smartphone control system. Besides its new smartphone holder on the battery compartment cover, its design is basically identical to the original Black Talon.
The original Black Talon spans 7-inches and weighs 2.5 ounces, just like the new 2.0. The quadcopter is made out of black plastic material, and has blue and red LEDs, Geek Dad reported. Its 720p camera is fixed on the nose of the drone. Since its battery life is frustratingly short, some users would bring with them an external battery pack, especially when there are no electric sockets near the location of their shoot.
One of the major issues of the original version is its poor quality video. The Aerix Black Talon has addressed this problem efficiently. One of the major advantages of the newer version is the fact that it can send the better quality video directly to the users' smartphone via Wi-Fi connection with the help of an app available for iOS and Android phones.
The device comes with an optional battery and charger kit that hopes to solve the short battery life problem. According to reviews, the Aerix Black Talon 2.0 is a wonderful choice for those who want to enjoy drone racing without spending too much money.