New rumors are coming on Huawei’s Smart TVs that could arrive as early as next April. According to information coming from China, the models the company is planning to launch are two, one with a 55-inch diagonal and one with a 65-inch diagonal. Both screens would be made by the company BOE. This is not the first time that we have speculated about these products and the landing of Huawei in the television sector.
However, previous rumors claimed that Huawei’s televisions should only have come much later. Honor, in fact, would have brought to the debut the first Smart TVs of the Chinese company. But the latest information is that it is Huawei himself who is bringing Smart TVs to their debut.
These products should be particularly innovative and become a real hub for home entertainment. Huawei Smart TVs should have cameras and even 5G connectivity. They should also have some great software for social networks and video games.
All you have to do is wait and see exactly what’s in the pot. However, Huawei is firmly focused on this sector and wants to quickly become one of the main leaders in it. (0)
MiWiFi is the first Xiaomi mesh router that will be on the market very soon.
Mesh network systems are finding more and more place in homes to significantly improve the degree of coverage and quality of WiFi in every corner of the home. Xiaomi also aims to enter this sector and has announced the MiWiFi Mesh Router.
MiWiFi was developed in collaboration with Qualcomm and consists of two devices that can be placed in different environments of the house and that will allow you to better manage the devices connected to the network.
These routers communicate with each other and with the connected devices using WiFi on 2.4 and 5 GHz frequencies and guarantee transfer speeds of up to 2,567 Mbps on the card. MiWiFi also has a Gigabit Ethernet socket to be used in case of need. A little treat, MiWiFi can also communicate with each other using a powerline system.
There is also a convenient application that allows you to manage their configuration with ease. Each MiWiFi can connect up to 248 devices without loss of quality. This is possible thanks to the presence of the powerful dedicated Qualcomm quad-core ARM Dakota processor.
The MiWiFi Mesh Routers are not yet available on the market and will first have to go through a period of beta testing. Once Xiaomi judges that these routers are ready, it will put them on the market at a price that has not been communicated but that should be competitive. (0)