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The Japanese company Prodrone has been developing large, industrial class drones for years, but none of them function like the PD6B-AW-ARM, because this bad boy has robotic arms. The almost six foot long drone might not be able to tackle everything the Power Loader from Aliens could, but the five-axis robotic arms are capable of carrying up to 22lbs for thirty minutes at a max speed of 37mph and an altitude of 5,000m. It might have initially been designed and developed for working in high places and collecting dangerous materials—you know, stuff not really suitable for a man on the ground—but we can definitely see an army of these in an upcoming science fiction film.

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If you’re anything like us, you’ve been spending the past few months wearing nothing but shorts, joggers and tees. Legends new Aviation collection features their first hybrid short and pant that are designed to maximize comfort, style and versatility–without breaking the bank. What separates them from the competition? Both feature soft-touch, 4-way woven fabric construction with a ribbed fabric elastic waistband for a more elevated look, along with water repellent tech for all day, everyday wearability. The joggers also have a straight gusset and rear knee panels to enhance mobility, along with a 4-pocket design to increase functionality. Upgrade your comfort with Legends.