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SONNY MONKS17/05/2018 18:47:33
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Are jeti bringing out a new tx later this year,or in 2019?

Dickw17/05/2018 23:11:59
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There have been rumours for years - thiis year's rumour says a DS12 by the end of the year.

Not seen any statements actually from Jeti, so your guess is as good as mine.

Dick

Edited By Dickw on 17/05/2018 23:17:17

Guvnor17/05/2018 23:41:17
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It's been shown around all the German shows over the last few weeks.

Ron Gray18/05/2018 07:59:21
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Being hawked around shows, rumoured to be priced at circa £500 as competition for FrSky Horus!

**LINK**

Biggles' Elder Brother - Moderator18/05/2018 08:11:30
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It will not be competition with the Horus unless it can run OpenTX, which I very much doubt.
BEB

Edited By Biggles' Elder Brother - Moderator on 18/05/2018 08:11:57

Percy Verance18/05/2018 13:41:16
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Unless of course some buy it because they like the styling and don't care about open tx BEB.

MattyB18/05/2018 17:45:36
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Posted by Biggles' Elder Brother - Moderator on 18/05/2018 08:11:30:
It will not be competition with the Horus unless it can run OpenTX, which I very much doubt.
BEB

To be fair BEB the Jeti OS is one of the more flexible ones; it's a lot closer to OpenTX than anything other than maybe Multiplex. I personally don't think they are trying to compete with the Horus (which even FrSky fans like us admit has not really been much of a commercial success) - it's middle ground Futaba, JR and Spek buyers they will be targeting who just want decent functionality and build quality and a name they can trust. If the price was the same choosing this over a Futaba is a no brainer, we know it will have miles more modern features and the build is going to be at least as good and almost certainly better.

What they are realy trying to do is sell a lower priced "gateway" product that gets people hooked on their excellent telemetry sensors and other high end integrated products (servos, ESCs etc). They will probably also allow software features to be added vaia additional payments a la the DS14 (not a model I think is justifiable these days, but if people will pay I suppose it makes commercial sense).

SONNY MONKS18/05/2018 17:49:43
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Thanks guys,im tempted by the ds14,or maybe the ds16,after i remortgage my house that is haha !!

SONNY MONKS18/05/2018 17:54:24
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Thanks for the link Ron,but it looks plastic the ds12,are jeti now slipping in quality i wonder!

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