Gradually Huawei has been bringing more products to consumers like you and me, ranging from smart watches, through headphones and even routers to solve connection problems present not only in large houses. The official resale of the brand in Brazil, the ZOOMstore, highlights two of these gadgets to work separately or create mesh networks to give even more comfort to any user.
First of all, it is always good to summarize mesh technology. In it the routers are smaller, they can be more camouflaged in the decoration by practically hiding the antennas, but even so they can and generally offer the best choice for those looking to unite wide range of the network for a greater number of connected devices.
First, it’s important to remember that you certainly have more devices connected than you think. Add a desktop or laptop console, with a tablet in a child’s hand and another with a wife or husband, along with a cell phone for each and a personal computer for each user. Assuming there are three people in the same house, there are already nine devices hanging from the router. Put the TV in the living room and another one in one of the bedrooms, changing it to 11 and that number only goes up if you put light bulbs, sockets, vacuum cleaners or other smart home products.
An operator router, when lonely, can start choking with so much work, but spreading two or more mesh solutions, as the Huawei WiFi Mesh offers, can dilute that load to the maximum number of access points. Supposing you put two, at this point you can at least divide all the load that would go to only one source and it starts to breathe a breath of relief.
In times of pandemic and video calls everywhere, whether for school, work or meeting friends, circulating around the house with some mesh routers also keeps the chat going when your cell phone, tablet or notebook switches between each of the Huawei WiFi Mesh. Everything keeps happening and you don’t even realize that you are no longer connected to the room module and switched to the room module.
The Huawei WiFi AX3 has it, along with Wi-Fi 6 connection
Let’s assume that you are a gamer, since the one who, like me, makes the end of the day meal at a MOBA game, or else the professional who really turned fun into work, it is interesting to put a Huawei WiFi AX3 on one end . It does all that I talked about mesh networks, but it also increases the possibilities for a single connection, thanks to Wi-Fi 6.
Also in a nutshell, Wi-Fi 6 is an evolution both in technology and in the way of treating you and me: consumers. First by replacing the complex 802.11ax term with simply Wi-Fi 6 (whew!) And second by allowing less latency, along with native MU-MIMO.
Translating: while the lower latency delivers almost instantaneous response time during an online match or even in a live match, the latter name ensures that even if you have chosen Huawei WiFi AX3 as your only internet source, the connection will also be great for multiple devices accessing data at the same time. This is true even when the larger router is inserted into a mesh network with the Huawei WiFi Mesh points.
Huawei’s two routers use NFC
Closing the pack of good news, both Huawei WiFi AX3 and Huawei WiFi Mesh have an NFC antenna for an Android device to access the data network without the need for a password. Imagine the advantage of this, when your password is embarrassing with that teenage name, like lord_elfo_das_trevas_trevosas.
At this point you are certainly thinking that one visit is enough to touch the cell phone and that’s it, your internet is free. It is more or less like this, but in both models it is possible to turn off the resource so that the person does not stay in the living room of your house running the social network instead of talking to you. That simple.
Best of all, Huawei’s two routers are available at the ZOOMstore right now and at a discount. Here are the links for each one: