The TBS Tango 2 changes how radio remote controls will be from here on out! Despite being the smallest remote control available, it comes with full size hall gimbals, full-featured FreedomTX (temporary OpenTX fork), the lowest end-to-end latency of any remote and transmission system, unbreakable 3 & 2-position switches, open source operating system, built-in battery, USB-C charging, and so much more! It's not just a retouched game controller, it was designed from the ground up for R/C! The form factor and features make it the ideal take-anywhere, fly-anytime remote control.

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  • Full size hall sensor gimbals

  • Ball-bearing

  • Ergonomic and compact design with comfy rubber grips

  • Robust, streamlined switches

  • CRSFShot for lowest latency and most direct response of any remote control available

  • Range of up to 30km / 20mi from the palm of your hand

  • Swivel-antenna that doubles as a kick-stand

  • Up to 12 channels supported

  • Built-in 5000mAh 1S LiPo with USB-C 2A charging (2.5 hours for full charge)

  • Speech audio output with audio jack & haptic vibration alert

  • Open Source remote control operating system (FreedomTX, temporary fork of OpenTX)

  • Rocker dial and 3 button menu for super simple navigation

  • High resolution (128*96) black & white OLED screen w/ backlight

  • Digital rocker dial trim

  • 100+ model memory with included SD-card

  • TBS Cloud compatible

The first radio with TBS Crossfire built in. This significantly lowers your cost, increases reliability and minimizes set up time. And the cherry on top are the LUA scripts being part of the familiar user interface. The antenna swivels out of the way, or doubles as a kick-stand when resting. TBS Cloud ready to go from the start. It all just makes sense. 

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