The tiny drone designed to take selfies from the sky, AirSelfie, is back with some important updates. The company behind the device has officially launched AirSelfie2, a sequel to the pocket-sized drone that improves the camera’s resolution, as well as increasing both the storage and battery capacities. The device’s core functionalities — fitting in a pocket and fly through the air — remain unchanged.
AirSelfie is one of many devices that solves a problem that doesn’t really exist. The device is about the size of a phone, featuring the same four-rotor design as larger and more capable of quad-copters, but without the bulk. Unlike your average Parrot or DJI drone, the AirSelfie2 is little more than a slim anodized aluminum rectangle with four brushless fans inside.
Key to its nature, of course, is the new 12-megapixel camera, more than double the resolution of the original model’s 5-megapixel shooter. Also new is