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QYSEA Unveils New Compact Underwater Drone 

QYSEA Unveils New Compact Underwater Drone 

QYSEA Technology has officially unveiled the company’s new compact underwater drone, which is set to revolutionize the rapidly growing market. The FIFISH V-EVO joins the underwater robot manufacturers lineup, featuring a 4K 60 FPS camera with 360-degree omnidirectional movement. The novel camera will allow explorers and filmmakers to capture stunning underwater moments in high-resolution video. The drone also boasts dual 5000 lumens 5500K white LED lights to illuminate darker surroundings below the surface. The FIFISH V-EVO drone employs artificial intelligence to enhance images and filter out plankton-induced white marine flakes and improve footage clarity. 

In other news, Acer has announced the release of a new Chromebook featuring an eco-friendly and durable design. The Acer Chromebook Spin 714 is powered by a 13th Gen Intel Core processor and Intel vPro, delivering responsive performance, fast-charging and long battery life. The laptop boasts a convertible design, a 14-inch WUXGA display, a quick-charging dockable USI active stylus pair and a QHD 2K webcam. The Chromebook Spin 714 costs $699.99 and will be available starting next month. 

Lastly, Sharp has introduced a new line of AQUOS BOARD interactive displays. The new value-priced series is available in four sizes: 55-inch Class, 65-inch Class, 75-inch Class, and 86-inch class. The interactive display lineup features multi-touch detection, a user-friendly Sharp Pen Software interface, and protective glass that increases durability and clarity. The series also comes with an HTML5 browser app to leverage web-based content. 


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