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Honor Router 3 It was made official today, on the occasion of the Smart Life Product event, organized by the Asian manufacturer, which also saw other products presented, including the new laptop, MagicBook Pro 2020 and the first 5G tablet, Honor V6.

In essence, this is the first router developed by the company that uses the WiFi 6+ technology (802.3), an enhanced version of the WiFi 6 standard, capable of pushing the connection speed up to 3000 Mbps. Optimized for smart-homes, environments in general where there are many connected devices and the bandwidth available is never enough, support for dual-frequency WiFi (2.4 and 5 Ghz), four external antennas and one dynamic bandwidth from 160 MHz, to better filter the signal beyond the walls.

A high-performance smart router, which hides the chip inside Lingxiao 650, compatible with technology Multi-User MIMO, ability to manage various devices through the Huawei Smart Life app and different levels of security including support for WPA3 next generation wireless encryption, DMZ, guest network, MAC address filter, VPN and internal protection against DoS attacks.

Honor Router 3 will be available in China starting May 24, at a price of 219 yuan – at the exchange rate about 28 euros.


AMD could be very close to the launch of the new generation of Desktop APU Ryzen 4000, solutions that, unlike the mobile versions Ryzen 4000 H / U announced in March, will guarantee superior performance, obviously helped by a higher TDP and consequently with higher clock frequencies.

To suggest the arrival of the first 7nm Ryzen 4000 APUs is a photo published by videocardz which, following an important leak of igorslab (link in the STREET), shows the first image of the Ryzen 7 4700G; in fact the model in question is initialed 100-000000146, a serial that perfectly matches the information leaked by igorslab.

Having said that, the Ryzen 7 4700G it will be an APU of the Renoir family, a chip octa-core with SMT support and a total of 16 logical cores. This is a clear leap forward from the previous Picasso generation (Zen + at 12nm) which offers the Ryzen 5 3400G (4 cores / 8 threads) as the top model.

This APU is likely to have a 65 watt TDP while for frequencies we speak of a base of 3.6 GHz with Boost at 4.35 / 4.4 GHz (Ryzen 5 3400G stops at 3.7 / 4.2 GHz). On board we will find one iGPU Radeon Vega with eight Compute Units and frequency up to 2.1 GHz. Also in this case the frequency is much higher than the previous version, however this feature could be linked to the lower power of the GPU which, in the Ryzen 5 3400G model, instead provides an 11 Radeon Vega Compute Unit.

These are the first details at the moment, certainly these are very interesting products, especially if we consider the performance of the models Ryzen 3000 presented in 2019 which, as you will remember, do not have an integrated GPU.