A Seagate technology company operating in America as a data storage company. According to available information that Seagate has developed a hard drive with a MicroSD slot for DJI drones. According to the source, Seagate currently announced a new hard disk drive that has been specially designed for DJI drone users. The DJI Fly Drive is the first product of the collaboration between DJI and Seagate to develop drone-focused storage solutions that the parties announced.

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Drone User Mission:- Our mission is to promote the safe and responsible use of small aircraft systems, and to educate the public about the positive role these devices can serve in our society. Drone users can easily transfer videos, photos and other stuff that would be stored on the Fly Drive to their Windows PC or Mac devices.

According to Seagate, the included microSD slot is designed to make it easy or quickly transfer drone footage over to the drive while out in the field. Additionally, the latest drive also have feature a built-in protective bumper. You can transfer high capacity of files, videos, photos and different other material. The devices offer 2TB of storage and also have a feature of the built-in MicroSD card slot for instant transfer and an integrated USB-C cable.It will make easier for drone users to edit their footage. DJI Fly Drive specially designed for drone users. It is reported that the hard disk drive can also be used to backup data from aMicroSD card from either an action camera, a smartphone, or drones from other manufacturers. It would be sold in the United States for $120 in the second quarter of this year. The drive can also be used to backup data from MicroSD card from either an action camera, a smartphone, or drones from other manufacturers.Untitled.0 SEAGATE DEVELOP A HARD DRIVE WITH MICROSD SLOT FOR DJI DRONES

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