Xiaomi Mi Router 4 Test Video Shows Astonishing Results

Xiaomi Mi Router 4

Xiaomi’s routers have been very popular recently. And the launch of the Xiaomi Mi Router 4 yesterday, on May 22 made many geeks be glad once again. Actually, there are many reasons to exult as the new-gen router comes with many improvements. But the price tag remains quite affordable at 199 yuan. Today, the manufacturer released a test video showing the actual download speed provided by the router. The results are really amazing.

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There are one WAN port and two LAN ports on the Xiaomi Mi Router 4. They all are Gigabit Ethernet ports. In conjunction with 2.4G/5G dual-band Wi-Fi, the strength of 100Mbps/200Mbps or even 500Mbps bandwidth can be fully utilized, enabling users to enjoy high-speed network. There is also a MiNET functionality, which allows the router to connect with smart devices just by clicking a button. Thanks to the supported MIOT fast Wi-Fi connection protocol and MiNET technology, you will avoid the hassle of putting in a password when setting up a new smart device around the house.

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As the video shows that WPS Office (66.8MB) at 300Mbps bandwidth was downloaded in just a few seconds. Moreover, according to the official data (under 300Mbps bandwidth), the Xiaomi Mi Router 4 downloads QQ software in an average of 3 seconds; Office (818MB) takes an average of 22 seconds; downloading Windows 10 system uses 135 seconds (4.57GB); and download time of LOL client (6.8GB) is 182 seconds.

The Xiaomi Mi Router 4 is equipped with four omnidirectional high-gain antennas. The heat sink is made of aluminum-magnesium alloy and high thermal conductivity thermal plastic. It is also packed with a 128MB of RAM and 128MB of flash storage. The CPU is upgraded to MT7621A. The maximum number of access devices has reached 128 units.

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1 Comment

  1. Wandering Droid
    May 28, 2018

    is this worth the upgrade from the router 3?