Huawei’s new Wi-Fi routers solve a serious first world problem


Yesterday, Chinese networking giant Huawei unveiled its new Wi-Fi router at the CES exhibition in Las Vegas. The Huawei WiFi Q2 is the company’s latest mesh network router, allowing users to pair a base station with as many as sixteen satellites in order to provide a larger area with coverage. So, if you’ve ever complained that your house is too big for your existing router, these are for you. If you live in a pokey little apartment, not so much. Routers that use mesh networking technology are nothing new. Linksys, Netgear, and Google all have their own compelling offerings. Huawei…

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