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DJI’s New Drone Goggles Feature Built-in Battery For Improved Ergonomics

DJI Goggles Integra 0 Hero
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DJI’s wallet-breaking drones are typically the most common thing you hear them mentioned for, but its latest pair of Goggles aims to bolster its high-tech catalog tenfold. The Chinese gadgeteer’s Goggles Integra features a wholly improved design and features across the board.

DJI Goggles Integra 1
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Starting with its more ergonomic makeup, the new release differs substantially from the manufacturer’s Goggles 2, delivering a streamlined design that brings the headband and battery together. Weighing in at a mere 410 grams, the lightweight, compact accessory is portable and bound to serve you right through extended use. And while comfort is important, what genuinely matters more is how well it performs, and it operates incredibly well, too. Thanks to DJI’s proprietary O3+ video transmission with latency as low as 30ms and a 50Mbps video feed with as many as 6.2 miles of range, you can take on long-term flights thanks to their two-hour battery life.

DJI Goggles Integra 2
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Using a pair of 1080p Micro-OLED screens, the Goggles Integra provides lifelike shades and shadow detailing to ensure remarkable views through and through. Additionally, much of this is courtesy of the maximum 700 nit brightness rate and a refresh rate of up to 100Hx. Most of all, DJI ensures that the latest pair of specs are Blue Light Certified, so you can watch your drone soar through the air with no need to fret over eye damage. On top of this, DJI also unveiled the RC Motion 2, a revamped take on the original model with an improved joystick, albeit the same tech as before.

DJI Goggles Integra 3
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And while the Goggles 2 certainly offers features you won’t find on the Integra, its ergonomic construction and user-friendly appeal make it a worthy alternative if you’re not willing to spend a pretty penny ($649) on the former. That said, the Goggles Integra are now available for $499 through DJI’s webshop.