What you need to know
- HONOR announced the HONOR Router 3 today.
- The router supports Wi-Fi 6 Plus and supports speeds over 1 Gbps.
- The HONOR Router 3 costs €79.90 or £79.99 depending on your country.
HONOR launched the HONOR Router 3 today. The router supports speeds up to 3,000 Mbps and up to five of them can be paired together to create a mesh network. The router is available for preorder in Germany, France, Spain, the Netherlands, and the UK. People in Italy can preorder the router starting on July 24. The HONOR Router 3 costs €79.90 or £79.99 depending on the country. It does not appear to have a release planned for the United States.
The router features a Gigahome Wi-Fi 6 Chipset, a dual-core 1.2 GHz CPU, and supports Wi-Fi 6 Plus. It features one WAN port and three LAN ports which support auto speed adaptation from 100Mbps to 1,000 Mbps. With Wi-Fi 6 support comes the expected speed increases of the standard, which includes network speeds up to three times faster than Wi-Fi 5.
HONOR states that the router can reach speeds over 1 Gbps and that it has a bandwidth of 160MHz. The router supports Dynamic Narrow Bandwidth, which allows supported HONOR smartphones to send up to 6db signals the router.
This router can reach speeds up to 3,000 and you can connect five of them together to create a mesh network.
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