Late last month, Xiaomi released a dual-band Wi-Fi router Mi Router 4 on a MediaTek chip, worth just over $ 30. After about a month, the company announced a more affordable modification of the device called Mi Router 4Q.
Mi Router 4Q received an unusual color for this type of device. The gadget is made in a casing of plastic blue, which will surely be allocated to it among other equipment at home or at work.
The router has three omnidirectional antennas with a high gain. Inside it is installed Qualcomm QCA9561 processor, running at 775 MHz, 64 MB of RAM and 16 MB of internal storage. Unlike its “older brother”, Mi Router 4Q supports only single-band Wi-Fi (2.4 GHz) and MIMO technology 3х3 with a maximum bandwidth of 450 Mbps.
Connection security provides traffic encryption using the WPA-PSK and WPA-PSK2 protocols, as well as the ability to hide the SSID. Like the older model, the Mi Router 4Q has two LAN ports and one WAN. There is also a MiNET feature for easy and quick gadget connectivity at the touch of a button. Manage and configure the router through a mobile application.
In China, Mi Router 4Q is already sold at a discount for 89 yuan (about $14). But it seems that this is a temporary action, the standard price of the device is 99 yuan (just over $15).
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