The FrSky Horus X10/S Express came into play when the demand for Horus Series Transmitters increased abruptly. The new version comes with the updated accessibility regarding ACCESS protocol and major hardware upgrade. Possessing the capability of boasting 24 channels, FrSky Horus X10/S Express is pretty impressive. It has a faster baud rate with marginal latency which is fortified with the high-speed module digital interface. Furthermore, another impressive feature is associated with the regular checking of the airwaves for RF noise, courtesy to the new spectrum analysis function along with the FrOS/OpenTX firmware.
The transmitter can be found in two versions namely, X10 and X10S Express. Both of them have the 2S Li-ion battery compartment that can be charged via a collateral USB cable. The manufacturing design of the battery compartment allows the users to use it the whole day. This is pretty impressive considering the fact that the transmitter’s battery compartment can allow two powerful 18650 Li-ion batteries. Other interesting features include an LCD color screen and the M10/MC12P hall sensor gimbals for letting the users control the device more precisely. Meanwhile, the inclusion of the PARA wireless trainer option makes the device a competitive one in the market to race with other devices. Being compatible with FrSky Free Link App and AirLink S, the extended functions work surprisingly better than other typical devices in the market. Taking all the features into the account, the Express version, in particular, can be considered the most suitable transmitter.