Here is the latest accessory presented by Huawei at IFA 2019: Let’s talk about the new Q2 Pro WiFi router. Here’s all there is to know.
The new Huawei router is equipped with the Gigahome 5630 gigabit PLC modem chip which is supported by PLC Turbo technology.
The company’s objective is to minimize interference during the transmission of the network signal to ensure greater quality of communications between the base and the satellite units. WiFi Q2 Pro also promises higher network speeds and lower latency. Thanks to the 3 Pack Hybrid technology it is possible to speak of a theoretical connection speed up to 1867Mbps.
Furthermore, the Huawei WiFi Q2 Pro 3 Pack Hybrid version utilizes 5 GHz mesh Wi-Fi technology and hybrid networking of PLC and Wi-Fi networks to offer theoretical connection speeds of up to 1,867 Mbps, making it ideal for homes with fast broadband access.
Huawei WiFi Q2 Pro: Full-home Wi-Fi coverage, with hassle-free plug-and-play
In addition to the 50%–120% increase in networking performance. The Huawei Q2 Pro inherits its predecessor’s plug-and-play feature. And allows for the connection of up to 15 satellites for every configured base. Far exceeding the number of supported secondary routers for similar products. This ensures that every corner in a spacious home has access to a full-speed Internet connection.
Another aspect on which the company insisted was the desire to offer a signal capable of effectively and uniformly covering the entire house; to achieve this, WiFi Q2 Pro can support up to 15 secondary routers. Other features include automatic port identification and IPv6 protocol support.
The Q2 Pro WiFi was initially available in China in March this year. And now Huawei has announced the global availability of the system. The company, however, has not disclosed the price and availability details of the Q2 Pro WiFi. Although in China it costs 799 yuan (about $112).