Xiaomi has unveiled a new wireless networking device called the Mi Router HD at CES 2017. The Mi Router HD is a 2600Mbps 802.11ac Wi-Fi router with 4×4 MU-MIMO functionality, four high-gain PCB array antennae, and Qualcomm IPQ8064 network processor. But along with that it also includes a choice of either 1TB or 8TB of surveillance quality hard drive that can be used for backing up your devices and syncing with your Dropbox account. Today we bring you an unboxing of Mi router HD 1 TB version.
The Mi router HD comes in a plain black box with product information on the back. In the box, you will find 1 x Xiaomi WiFi Router HD, 1 x Charger (12V/3A), 1 x User Manual. The Mi router HD comes in two storage options, a 1TB hard drive or a much larger 8TB hard drive, whereas the Mi router pro doesn’t have built in hard drive.
The surface of the Mi router HD has a transparent protective film.
The Mi Router HD features an aluminum alloy housing. It measures 195*145.6*66mm and weighs 1522.2g (1TB version).
The surface of the router has been sandblasted, which is textured.
The Mi router HD features Qualcomm IPQ8064 quad core network processor with a dual-core Qualcomm Krait CPU @ 1.4 GHz, 512MB DDR3 RAM and 256M SLC NAND Flash. The 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi band supports up to 800Mbps and 5Ghz band mode supports 1733Mbps speed.
There are four non slipping pads at the bottom of the router.
The cooling jackets is made of plastic. The built-in quiet fan and vents achieve good heat dissipation.
The router comes with 4 high-gain PCB array antennas for solid connectivity.
The Aluminum alloy Shell is above 1.3mm thick.
There is a USB 3.0 interface, 3 LAN ports, a WAN port, a 12V 3A power input, a reset key.
The Mi router HD has already been released and you can buy it from Geekbuying.