Prominent among them, and also the most expensive, is the Mi AloT Router AC2350. Shaumi defines it as a ‘smart router’ thanks to its ability to connect to dozens of smart home components such as security cameras, light bulbs, speakers and sensors simultaneously, and using a dedicated antenna.
The router, which supports WiFi 5, provides data transfer speeds that can reach up to 2,183 megabits / second at 2.4 and 5 GHz frequencies, and is equipped with 7 multi-directional antennas, each with an independent signal amplifier. In addition, it comes with three Ethernet connections up to 1,000 megabits / second, a Qualcomm management chip and 128 megabytes of working memory. Its price in Israel is set at NIS 299.
Alongside the premium router, Hamleton has launched another pair of routers called Mi Router 4A and 4C. They are quite similar to each other, and offer a slim and minimalist design and 4 multi-directional antennas. At 4C, the maximum connection speed for a wireless connection is 300 MHz / second at only 2.4 GHz, while in the 4A model, the speed increases to 1,167 MHz / second, with support for 2.4 and 5 GHz. The 4C will sell in Israel for NIS 99, while the 4A model will sell for NIS 169 .