The DJI Avata is my favorite beginner drone. I can’t think of anything easier or more fun to fly, even if it can’t dodge obstacles like a Skydio. But the configuration you probably want to feel like you’re flying costs $1,388 — and requires you to plug a belt clip battery pack into a pair of goggles and use a gyroscopic controller that limits you to flying it like an airplane.
Today, DJI’s introducing a new set of goggles and a new controller that should maintain that core flying experience while also lowering the price of entry to $1,278.
These are the DJI Goggles Integra, and they’re solely responsible for that price dip:
The Integra features the same pair of 0.49-inch / 1080p 100Hz / 700-nit micro OLED displays as the…