Today (June 29), Xiaomi has just quietly launched a new router model in China, called the Mi Router 4 Pro. Basically, this is considered an upgraded version of the Mi Router 4 that the company introduced in 2018, with the same retail price at 199 yuan (about 650,000 VND).
Although Wi-Fi 6 has been around for almost a year, at present, this technology is not really popular. In addition, most users are still using electronic devices with the older and more cost-effective Wi-Fi 5 standard.
Therefore, Mi Router 4 Pro can fully meet the needs of the majority of users. The standard and Pro versions have the same price, but the new router is still being added to Xiaomi by a number of improvements, including being equipped with 5 antennas instead of just 4 like them. previous generation.
Mi Router 4 Pro has a wireless data transfer rate of 1317Mbps, which is higher than the maximum bandwidth of 1167Mbps on Mi Router 4. In addition, it also supports dual-band 2.4GHz + 5GHz, equipped with a signal amplifier. High performance (PA + LNA) respectively. In other words, Xiaomi’s new router model has improved both in scope and data transfer speed.
Inside, the Mi Router 4 Pro brings the hardware power from Qualcomm’s processor, combined with 128MB of RAM and can connect up to 128 devices at the same time. It has 4 Gigabit Ethernet network ports, supports dual band wireless data transfer, connectivity and synchronization with Xiaomi’s familiar MIJIA application.