After Zino Mino Pro and Mini SE, Hubsan announces Zino Mini

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Not to be confused with “the world’s first drone with obstacle avoidance under 250 grams,” the Zino Mini is the latest drone announced by Hubsan to woo beginners. But, essentially, it’s a straight copy of the Zino Mini Pro minus the obstacle avoidance sensors. And it costs $50 less.

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Hubsan says its new $1,299 drone will be ‘beyond your imagination’

If you’re planning to get a new drone this holiday season, be prepared to be spoiled for choice. DJI is set to launch the highly-anticipated Mavic 3, while Autel Robotics has already announced a range of upcoming drones targeting beginners and enthusiasts alike. And now, Hubsan is joining the fray by teasing a new $1,299 drone that is likely to come with a Micro Four Thirds sensor.

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Hubsan announces Zino Mini SE drone: 45-minute flight time for $349

The initial reviews of Hubsan’s long-delayed Zino Mini Pro may still be trickling in, but the drone manufacturer says it’s ready with another entry-level, sub-250-gram offering: the Zino Mini SE with 4K/30fps video and 45 minutes of flight time.

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Hubsan’s global recruitment drive offers many benefits to customer service volunteers

Let’s be honest. Customer service and aftersales support are not Hubsan’s strongest suites. In fact, they are one of the biggest reasons why drone enthusiasts think twice before buying a Hubsan product. The good news is that the drone manufacturer realizes it has a problem. And it wants to solve that problem with a little help from its fans.

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Hubsan releases Zino Mini Pro unboxing, tutorial videos ahead of launch

A month after apologizing for the shipping delay of the Zino Mini Pro, Hubsan is trying to keep things interesting for customers through a flurry of marketing videos. In the meantime, the estimated delivery time of the 249-gram drone has been updated to “early August” on the company website.

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Hubsan’s 249g Zino Mini Pro drone hits FCC database before launch

The ultra-lightweight Hubsan Zino Mini Pro, a 249-gram drone that looks like a solid DJI Mini 2 competitor on paper, has been available for pre-order in the United States since May 2021. However, its estimated shipping date has remained a mystery. But now, it appears a launch could be imminent. And that’s because the Zino Mini Pro has just turned up on the database of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) – which is usually the final step before a product is released commercially.

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