You don’t need to know Chinese to enjoy these slick promo videos of Autel’s new drones

autel evo nano lite promo

Autel Robotics has created quite a buzz with the recent announcement of two new drone series, EVO Nano and EVO Lite. Everything we’ve seen up until now has mostly been on paper, and that’s because Autel never released official promo videos of Nano and Lite for English-speaking users. Should that stop you from enjoying the action-packed Chinese-language promos though? Not in the least.

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Autel announces EVO Nano and Nano+ with advanced obstacle avoidance

Autel Robotics has announced its smallest and lightest drones yet. Weighing only 249g, the heavily leaked Autel EVO Nano drone series provides three-way obstacle avoidance with binocular vision sensors. It comes in two options: the Nano, which features a 1/2-inch CMOS camera sensor, and the Nano+, which is equipped with a 1/1.28-inch CMOS sensor. The maximum flight time is 28 minutes.

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Autel officially drops EVO Nano and Lite photos, specs ahead of Sept. 28 launch

Autel Robotics is set to launch two new drones next week: the EVO Nano and EVO Lite, but the news cycle is being dominated by a DJI drone that has yet to be announced: the Mavic 3. So, to steer the conversation back to its upcoming products, Autel has officially dropped the first images and specs of the Nano and Lite series, days before their release.

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Autel confirms Sept. 28 launch date for new drones: Nano and EVO Lite

Mark your calendars, as Autel Robotics has officially confirmed a new product launch event set for September 28. The drone manufacturer will be introducing two new products next week: The sub-250-gram beginner’s drone Autel Nano, and the Autel EVO Lite that is aimed at professional content creators, aka the main target market of DJI Air 2S.

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Autel drops official teaser photo of sub-250-gram Nano drone

After multiple leaks let the cat out of the bag, Autel Robotics has officially revealed the first teaser photo of its upcoming sub-250-gram, entry-level Autel Nano drone.

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