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Huawei Wi-Fi Q2: A Solution To Slow And Dead Spots Connectivity

Seamless coverage and poor connection speeds when you get further from the network access points are the major problems that come with most wireless routers. However, Huawei, one of the world’s largest networking companies announced a hybrid home Wi-Fi solution. A new 5G power line Wi-Fi system, Huawei Wi-Fi Q2, is designed to solve the annoying dead spots many users suffer from.

The Huawei Wi-Fi Q2 will give a glowing fast internet connection. This will take on Google and Netgear routers among others providers. With about 16 satellites paired with the base station, Wi-Fi coverage around the home is broader and more efficient.

Huawei Wi-Fi Q2 comes in packs containing a base station with at least one satellite.

For a seven-roomed house, a three-pack of base units or stations is enough to supply the required internet. A base unit paired with two satellites will provide Wi-Fi internet up to five rooms in a house. But, if the apartment is small, you only need one base station and a satellite for connection.

Moreover, a single Huawei Wi-Fi Q2 connectivity offers 100ms switching time on a standard protocol of 802.11v.

Merits of Using Huawei Wi-Fi Q2 Over The Other Internet Providers

This is a two-minute connection job, and once you finish, the system automatically connects to the Wi-Fi channels. Also, the internet is very stable once it starts working.

Reports from the company shows that a complete system of Huawei Wi-Fi Q2, comprising of a base station and 16 satellites, can serve more than 190 devices, all connected at once. However, a 5Ghz frequency system can hold up to 16 hotspots with additional satellites without any configuration needed.

According to CNET reports, a three base unit Huawei Wi-Fi Q2 will go for $349.99, and a pack of one base unit and two satellites will go for $219.99.

It is not clear yet when Huawei Wi-Fi Q2 will hit the global markets. But considering its impressive features and connection solution, the gargets will start shipping in sooner to take on the competitors.

Timothy Barasa