Some people got quite excited when they first saw the PowerEgg X weatherproof drone at CES earlier this year. To be honest, I had my doubts about this drone and they were later confirmed in tests that appeared on Youtube. However, if you want to find out for yourself and get your hands on the PowerEgg X weatherproof drone, you can as it is now available for $899 at your local retailer. However, I’d go for the DJI Mavic Air 2 instead…
April Showers? Bring Them on With the PowerEgg X Weatherproof Drone
Don’t let April showers ruin the fun; PowerEgg X Is capable of flying rain or shine.
PowerVision Robot Corporation, a global leader in smart drones, artificial intelligence, virtual reality, and augmented reality, has the ultimate drone to keep customers entertained rain or shine, the PowerEgg X. A first of its kind in the industry, the device features a revolutionary design that can easily be equipped with weatherproof accessories (waterproof case and landing float), allowing it to take off and land on water, as well as fly in heavy rain.
“Until now, if you wanted to fly your drone, you had to wait for ideal weather conditions,” said Wally Zheng, Founder and CEO of PowerVision. “With the introduction of the PowerEgg X, pilots, content creators, and hobbyists can fly without worrying about that small raincloud off in the distance. The device redefines what is possible with a drone by allowing users to capture incredible footage, rain or shine. Plus, it’s packed with incredible features for hobbyists and professionals alike!”
In addition to its game-changing weatherproof features, the PowerEgg X is also a high-performance drone equipped with a 4K/60fps camera and tri-axial mechanical stability augmentation technologies, making it perfect for aerial photography and videography. The drone features a flight time of 30 minutes, automatic obstacle avoidance, precise landing, intelligent flight modes, wind speed resistance up to 29-38 knots, 1080P image transmission within a distance of 3.7 miles, and much more.
Everyone has heard of the saying “April showers bring May flowers.” Now pilots can film all through April’s showers, as well as May’s flowers once it gets nicer out next month – all in 4k HD.