We love drones. More sophisticated drones make it to the market all the time. Parrot’s Bebop Drone is quite special. It has a 14MP fish-eye lens that captures and streams live content to your controller. It also offers image stabilization and a wide-angle 180-degree view. The device supports Oculus Rift too. Just like other Parrot’s drones, you can control your Bebop via an iOS or Android app.
Parrot has not announced pricing for Bebop. The company is also expected to introduce an accessory controller that lets you control your drone from distances of up to 2 KM away.
Speaking of new products, TomTom has announced a bunch of new GPS devices that provide you with traffic data using your smartphone. Just bring your Bluetooth-enabled smartphone, connect it to your TomTom Go GPS, and you will be able to get out of traffic jams in your area. TomTom Go 40, 50, and 60 will have a 4, 5, and 6 inch display respectively. These are not a bad choice if you need a standalone personal navigation device.
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