Category: MJX


MJX G3 and D43 (In-Depth Review)

The MJX G3 FPV headset and D43 5.8G FPV monitor are two new MJX products that were released together with the new Bugs 8/6 FPV racer. Based on my initial impressions of these new products they will probably sell for less than $100 each, covering the entry-level segment for FPV gear.


MJX Bugs 8 / Bugs 6 (In-Depth Review)

The MJX Bugs 8 is an excellent starting point for those looking to discover FPV racing. Pure breed FPV racers with all their raw power and precision can be intimidating to fly for beginners. That’s not the case with the Bugs 8 which is tame yet exciting enough to fly.


MJX C4022 (In-Depth Review)

MJX is a company that has a knack for releasing products that cater to niches that bigger brands tend to ignore. Case in point is the release of the Bugs 3 last year which filled a gap in the sub-$200 brushless drone segment that had few offerings.


MJX Bugs 3 (In-Depth Review)

The MJX Bugs 3 is the latest drone to be released by Mei Jia Xin Toys (MJX). It is also MJX’s first model to feature brushless motors. The release of the Bugs 3 signifies the company’s readiness to take on the challenge of producing more advanced drones with higher performance goals.


MJX X102H (In-Depth Review)

Enter the X102H — MJX’s latest 360-size GoPro lifter that competes directly against the Syma X8HG (the latest version of the X8G). The X102H not only matches the X8HG in terms of features, it also makes the X8HG look like a trusty old Toyota.


MJX X916H (In-Depth Review)

MJX have been churning out some really interesting designs lately. The company has employed a particularly fresh aesthetic approach with its latest range of sub-$100 micro quadcopters.


MJX X601H (In-Depth Review)

The X601H is a new 290-size hexacopter and is part of the latest lineup of toy drones by MJX which were released just over a month ago. MJX is a new brand in the toy drone market that’s fast gaining popularity…

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