The world's fastest consumer drone can record 4K video at 85 miles per hour.


Teal is more than a flying camera. It can fly 70 mph, withstand 40 mph winds, it's built to run as many apps as you can think of, and it has a supercomputer onboard that lets it do things that no other drone can do. Built by a former pro racer and CEO of Teal drone, teenager George Matus. 

"This drone really started from my own love of flying," says Matus in an introductory video for the Teal drone. He first started flying drones at 11 and built his first one at 14.

The Teal drone's capable of 10 minutes of flight time with the "High Performance Battery" and 20 minutes of flight time with the "High Endurance Battery." Two batteries are included with the drone for people who pre-order and it has a 13-megapixel camera that can record 4K video at 24 fps, 1080p at 30 fps and 720p at 60 fps. Videos are electronically stabilized.

According to Teal Drones, Inc., the drone's insane capabilities are possible because of the Nvidia TX1 supercomputer that powers it. Even more bananas: you can plug the Teal into a monitor via HDMI and use it like a regular microcomputer and run regular apps and games. Pre-orders are available, but it won't ship to buyers until later this year, before the holidays.

July 23, 2016 Living photo: Teal Drone

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