Its pulling less power than that on hover...around 170W to lift 2150g AUW, across the 3 drives. As the battery discharges to 3V/cell, per motor current increases from around 3.7A at the start, to 4.7A at the end. These are all actual measured values, and concur with the graph above. I've done these tests with individual motor/prop combos on my thrust stand as well as the entire assembly which produced the graph above. I've also actually flown with this hardware on a previous frame and the measured values are all realistic against those of the thrust stand. Free flight is slightly more costly due to real time stabilisation control, but if you can better control...or manage vibration...which is the intent of this new frame iteration, the difference isn't that great. If you don't then you can waste a lot of power unnecessarily and approach the 200W figure.
Please bear in mind this isn't exactly micro sized, its got a 786mm pitch circle diameter to the motor shafts, and spinning DJI Matrice 600, 21" blades on custom hubs.