DJI launches powerful RoboMaster Tello Talent drone for classroom coders

 DJI RoboMaster Tello Talent
(Image credit: DJI)

DJI has launched a new educational drone - the DJI RoboMaster Tello Talent - which is the latest of its programmable drones and robots that it makes to help teach coding in the classroom.

Alongside the firm’s consumer and pro camera drones, which feature powered gimbals, DJI also have enterprise and agriculture lines. In 2018 the firm also launched the Ryze brand, under which it sold the Tello – a compact drone with a fixed 5-megapixel camera which brought some of DJI’s technologies to a device the size (and nearly as cheap as) many toys, and one of the best drones for kids.

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