Parrot may have scaled back its drone division and shifted some of its focus toward workers, but that doesn’t mean it’s downplaying the consumer side of things. If anything, it’s ramping things up. The company has unveiledthe Anafi, a folding drone that takes some not-so-subtle potshots at DJI’s Mavic Air. It’s not just the portability — the Anafi touts a 21-megapixel camera that promises 4K HDR video at 100Mbps, including 2.8X lossless zoom. The camera isn’t good as the Mavic Air’s in some respects, as it’s only using two-axis mechanical stabilization (software and a wide lens handle the third axis). [...]
Just back from some travels, and I took my Mavic Pro with me. I love that thing. I need to work on my video settings, but the battery life, size and range is perfect for filming on the move.
This contains some footage from my recent trip to speak in Boston and a break in Cyprus.
I love this guy. He doesn’t usually do tech reviews, but he’s clearly very passionate about the new Samsung Galaxy S8.
One of the hotly debated topics around Apple’s 2016 MacBook Pro lineup of laptops is battery life. For some users, it’s sub-par, far worse than on the previous generation of MacBook Pros. On the other hand, it achieved stellar results, with average battery life above 15 hours after Apple fixed an issue which caused erratic results on the initial battery tests.
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