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DJI RoboMaster S1

  • Category

    Educational

  • Release Date

    12/6/2019

  • Max. Speed

    8 km/h

  • Max. Range

    0.3 km

Description
For the little kids who are dreaming of becoming the next DJI champion, the RoboMaster S1 is the perfect option. With a max distance of 0.3 km, a max speed of 8 km/h, and an impressive battery capacity of 2400 mAh, this drone can fly for up to 35 minutes without needing to recharge. It comes with a camera on its front for capturing photos and videos from all angles. You can also use your smartphone as a remote control! The RoboMaster S1 is recommended for children aged 14 and above. It is very easy to operate, making it a great option for kids who are new to drones. You can even program this drone to perform various movements like the aerobatic stunts of an expert pilot! It comes with a full-range control system that enables you to fly it up, down, left, right, and hover in one place. The RoboMaster S1 also has an impressive range of up to 300 m, which means you can fly it outside and take some stunning landscape shots!
Specification
Features
MicroSD
YES
Controller App?
YES
Smartphone Mountable Controller?
YES
WIFI?
YES
Performance
Max. Flight Time
35 min
Max. Range
0.3 km
Max. Speed
8 km/h
Size

Dimensions of the drone come in at 320 × 240 × 270 mm.

However, once folded up you're looking at a much more reasonable size 320 x 240 x 270 mm.

Weight
3.3 kg
Dimensions When Folded
320 x 240 x 270 mm
Dimensions
320 × 240 × 270 mm
Camera
Live Video Frame Rate
30 fps
Live Video Resolution
720p
Overview

The DJI RoboMaster S1 is a Multirotors drone that was released by DJI in 12/6/2019.

The battery capacity inside is 2400 mAh.

Type
Multirotors
Category
Educational
Brand
DJI
Release Date
12/6/2019
Battery Capacity (mAH)
2400 mAh
Other
Maximum Temperature
40° C
Minimum Temperature
-10° C
Reviews of the DJI RoboMaster S1
Rated 4.1 / 5 from 7 Reviews
High tech robot wars
pocket-lint.com
While it may seem like an expensive toy, the RoboMaster S1 is a lot of fun and teaches some valuable basics in coding. Gone are the days when kids' coding lessons meant pressing some direction buttons on a Roomba-lookalike robot in a school classroom. With DJI's robot, you can teach a robot new tricks, how to respond to different visual cues and even get it to play a tune.
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A home run of a robot with a steep price tag
gearbrain.com
  • - 4
RoboMaster S1 is an expansive, but expensive, toy — one that any coding and robot fan is going to love to get their hands on to try. It's almost hard to call it a toy because it's certainly rugged enough to professional use, and studded with extraordinary features that makes this easily workable for a number of cases. As a child's toy, RoboMaster S1 is going to wow. At $500, it should. If you're looking at a way to teach a young child to code, this is not the toy — it's really too many features, too complicated and while driving a tank super fast across the floor is never boring, you won't need this for that task. If you're looking for something that will help a child get into robotics, will challenge their coding skills and almost assuredly expand in its features, the RoboMaster S1 is going to be solid choice.
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DJI's new wheeled drone doesn't fly, but it does offer loads of educational, robotic fun.
wired.com
  • - 4
The S1 was a ton of fun to test. It's a well made and thoughtful introduction to robotics and programming. It's not cheap, but for kids who are old enough and have an interest in STEM-oriented topics or programming, the S1 is a fantastic introduction to the world of robotics.
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The High-End STEM Robot
tomshardware.com
  • - 4
DJI RoboMaster S1 is one of the most premium, high-end STEM robots we’ve seen. But to max its potential and make it worth the price, younger kids will need adult assistance. But for older robot fans who have been waiting for a mature, premium STEM toy, this is it.
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The DJI Robomaster S1 in an incredibly fun educational robot
cgmagonline.com
  • - 4
Overall this is a fun toy but a very expensive one. It’s hard to justify myself buying this as I know it would sit on the shelf collecting cobwebs despite how much fun I had with it. Perhaps if the robot became sentient and held me hostage at turret point I might actually use it more, but alas he’s not that smart, yet. For those with teenage kids who want to one day save the world and learn about the world of STEM, this is a worthy option. They’ll probably learn a lot more valuable skills here than they would say playing a new video game console, but also would they use it? That’s between you and your child.
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DJI RoboMaster S1 Review
pcmag.com
  • - 4
As a remote-controlled vehicle, the DJI RoboMaster S1 is zippy and fun to use, like a land-bound drone that can shoot lasers and gel pellets. And as a programmable robot it offers a plethora of functions through Scratch, with lessons that walk you through building the robot up from a car that can spin around to a cybernetic tracker and hunter. Python support and a modular design with the potential for switching and adding different modules make the robot a useful tool for teens and older students as well. Its only limitation is that its modular design is currently stock-only, and the ability to swap out and add new components simply isn't available yet. Still, this is a well-designed and accessible robot that is both incredibly fun and educational, and earns our Editors' Choice.
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This land-based drone is seriously cool, but also seriously pricey
lifewire.com
  • - 4.6
A snazzy robot with great controls and educational value, but it’s a hefty splurge. We had a blast with the DJI RoboMaster S1, but that price tag is sure to make almost anyone take pause. You really need to be able to make the most out of the device—and that means either learning coding from the app or applying your knowledge to programming and customizing the S1. But if you’re not likely to dig into coding and just want something for surface-level solo fun, we’re not sure that the RoboMaster S1 can justify that kind of immense investment.
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