And very useless. The only thing crappier than the payload of a quadcopter is its range while carrying a full payload.
At our office we use software hardware. It really saves on the hardware hardware costs.
You don't understand how they work. They work more like radar than a magnetic sensor, non-ferrous metals don't stand out as much but they're still very much detectable.
Around December last year, entering a convention center where politicians often speak.
Both use a metal firing pin and are designed with the non-functional metal piece, the Lulz version also uses some screws for structural strength that would be much harder to replace with something non-metallic.
When a marketing claim conflicts with real-world-testing-based claims by tinkerers, I consider the marketing claim to be false until proven otherwise.
The Lulz Liberator uses more metal parts than the original Liberator...so at least this would be harder to sneak past a metal detector.
But it only controls a compound in the capital. The rest is practically ungoverned.
Coca-Cola has an office in Somalia that they use for this...it's resident in Somalia, 0% tax of any kind.
I could see a new Ugland House being built in a well-guarded compound in Somalia if governments were to ever close these loopholes...or maybe even if they don't.
Maybe one of the changeable back modules could have a hardware keyboard.
That's what I want to know too. With device owner root and a hardware keyboard this could be an N900 replacement.
The Dictator was good. Not as funny as Borat or Bruno, but by no means a stinker.
So what comes after social interaction and entertainment? How much potential is there for more trivial work?
Oh I see you're a Gen. X'er who saw some benefit. Well not all of you benefitted, and now Gen. Y has to bear the brunt of the consequences (so far).
Stay cool, don't be a fool.