It's also like an imitator of friendlylec r4s, but i think it is much biggger than r4s to contain 4 Rj45 ports.Volume is a deduction item.
This is a product launched by a small hardware manufacturer in China. It may be released in June.
At present, the price is not clear, but the manufacturer said it would be released on May 1. And the manufacturer said it would be a very surprising price. I guess it should be cheaper than j4125. I'm thinking about which is better, j4125 or this.
I didn't get the material object. I can only refer to the introduction of the manufacturer and translate.I may buy one r68s next month, and do more tests.
Looks good but it is out of my budget. I am more concerned with cheap used routers (MT7621 / IPQ4019), which should be enough for my personal use.
These dedicated single board devices are much more powerful, even enough for enterprise usage, but I highly doubt if my company can buy them from China. On the other hand, it only takes me 1 week for anything from China to ship to my door.
that's not bad for a 2.5gb router. Admittedly 2.5gb switches aren't cheap but if you want an internal network that handles nightly backups its worth considering. (however there is the argument that 2.5gb really shouldn't exist and people should go 5gb or 10gb fibre instead from 1gb.)