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Home > New Gear > Xiaomi announces two new routers with WiFi Dual Band: Xiaomi Mi Router 4A and 4A Gigabit Edition
Xiaomi announces two new routers with WiFi Dual Band: Xiaomi Mi Router 4A and 4A Gigabit Edition

Xiaomi announces two new routers with WiFi Dual Band: Xiaomi Mi Router 4A and 4A Gigabit Edition

By  Linky Johnson 2019-04-26 265 0

It is not the first time that we are talking about proposals from Xiaomi that are not phones: the Air Dots Pro headphones and the wireless charger with Yeelight Wireless Charging Night Lamp are just some examples. And it is that the Chinese company, which at the end of 2018 signed an agreement with IKEA, obtains a large part of its income precisely from its IoT family and lifestyle products.

 

The latest to join its wide range of solutions are two routers that operate in the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands: the Xiaomi Mi Router 4A and the Xiaomi Mi Router 4A Gigabit Edition. The latter, moreover, as its name suggests, boasts LAN speeds of up to 1 Gbps and supports the simultaneous connection of up to 128 devices and devices.

Four omnidirectional antennas

Xiaomi has announced in China the new Xiaomi Mi Router 4A, an improved version of the Mi Router 3C (launched a couple of years ago) that integrates WiFi Dual Band, so it operates both in the 2.4GHz (300Mbps) band and in the 5GHz band (867Mbps). In addition, it has four omnidirectional antennas, allows to connect up to 64 devices simultaneously and has IPV6 support, which will be available through an update in June.

 

The Gigabit Edition model, on the other hand, shares the same features as the Xiaomi Mi Router 4A (including IPV6 support), but boasts of achieving 1Gbps LAN speeds thanks to a faster processor. It also comes with more RAM, offers the possibility of connecting up to 128 devices simultaneously and guarantees a better heat dissipation through its aluminum base with several holes.

These are its most important technical characteristics:

300Mbps 802.11n / 867Mbps 802.11ac WiFi 2.4GHz and 5GHz

Protocol: IEEE 802.11a / b / g / n / ac, IEEE 802.3 / 3u (My Router 4A); IEEE 802.11a / b / g / n / ac, IEEE 802.3 / 3u / 3ab (Xiaomi Mi Router 4A Gigabit Edition)

MediaTek MT7628DA / 880MHz MT7621A MIPS Dual Core (Gigabit Edition)

RAM: 64MB DDR3 / 128MB DDR3 (Gigabit Edition)

16MB ROM

Four external omnidirectional antennas: maximum gain of 2.4GHz 5dBi x 2, maximum gain of 5GHz 6dBi x 2

Up to 64 connected devices (up to 128 in the Gigabit Edition model)

Real-time monitoring and parental controls with the Mi WiFi application on Android and iOS

Dimensions: 188x100,5x175 mm (Xiaomi Mi Router 4A); 201x122x174 mm (Gigabit Edition)

Two LAN ports 10 / 100Mbps / 1000Mbps in Gigabit Edition (Auto MDI / MDIX)

One WAN RJ45 port 10 / 100Mbps / 1000Mbps in Gigabit Edition (Auto MDI / MDIX)

A power socket and two LED indicators

Price and availability

Both teams will be available in white and will go on sale from March 19. The Xiaomi Mi Router 4A is priced at 119 yuan, while the 4A Gigabit Edition model costs 169 yuan, which at the change is about 16 and 23 euros respectively. At the moment, they will be marketed only in China, we do not know if Xiaomi will finally decide to take them to the international market.

 

 You may also want to read:
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