Huawei’s first Wi-Fi 7 router is now on sale for a very attractive price of $55. For now only in China

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There is a version for $68

Huawei unveiled its first Wi-Fi 7 router at its fall launch conference in September this year. Now Huawei Router BE3 Pro has gone on sale in China.

The Huawei BE3 Pro router is available in two versions: the version with a 1000M Gigabit network port costs $55, and the version with a 2.5 Gbps (2000M) port costs $68. The new product is available in Huawei Mall, Jingdong Mall and other platforms.

Huawei's first Wi-Fi 7 router
Huawei’s first Wi-Fi 7 router

Huawei’s first Wi-Fi 7 router is now on sale for a very attractive price of $55. For now only in China

Huawei BE3 Pro router supports dual-link aggregation of 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz with a total theoretical speed of 3570 Mbps (2.4 GHz speed – 688 Mbps + 5 GHz speed – 2882 Mbps). Download speeds are increased by 81% and network latency is reduced by 52% compared to the previous generation. The new product has dimensions of 225 × 178 × 60 mm

Huawei BE3 Pro router adds 2.5G eSports network ports, which provide faster network connection speed and more stable network performance.

Huawei BE3 Pro router comes pre-installed with HarmonyOS 4.0, which supports smart features such as monitoring children’s online activity and smart acceleration for more than 160 games.

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