JJRC have added a couple more quadcopter drones to their kitty in the form of the new JJRC H25G and the JJRC H25W. Those familiar with the usual nomenclature will know about the difference between the two. In case you aren’t, keep reading.
The JJRC H25G comes with a full-blown 5.8GHz FPV system, bundled with a monitor that attaches to the controller of the drone. Interestingly, the design of the controller is such that you cannot detach the monitor from the controller. This is something we’ve also seen on the Hubsan X4 H107D, aka Hubsa nX4 FPV.
The JJRC H25W, on the other hand, also comes with FPV, but the platform here is WiFi and not analog 5.8GHz. For the record, an analog 5.8GHz FPV stream performs much better than a 2.4GHz WiFi one.
As for the pricing, it isn’t very clear how much these quadcopters cost. However, both have been found to be listen on online stores.
If you don’t have a budget limitation in choosing a quadcopter drone, I’d definitely recommend you getting the JJRC H25G for the simple fact that it has 5.8GHz FPV.
JJRC H25W: Pictures
JJRC H25G: Pictures
JJRC now have a lot of similar quadcopters, these two only add to the list. We’re going to be posting a review of the H25W in the coming days, keep an eye!