The Teal Drone Can Hit 70 MPH, So It's a Good Thing it Has Replaceable Legs—Teal is more than just another quadcopter: It's a platform. As it stands in 2016, consumers can pick out a ready-to-fly drone for aerial photos and video or for racing or just to fly casually. Teal is meant to appeal to all of these buyers, regardless of skill level, and eventually to commercial pilots, too. Behind Teal -- the company and the drone -- is 18-year old George Matus who has been flying quads since he was 11 and built his first one at 14 ...
Previous PostTeal Drone Set to Blaze Across the Skies at 85 MPH in Time for the Holidays
Next PostUtah Teen Launches Teal, a Versatile Backpack Drone