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Ubiquiti's excellent UDM Pro and Wi-Fi 6 access points go on sale in India

You can now buy Ubiquiti's latest products in India.

What you need to know

  • Ubiquiti has kicked off sales of the UniFi Dream Machine (UDM) Pro in India.
  • The UDM Pro has considerable upgrades over the regular version, and it works as a network video recorder (NVR) thanks to a hard drive bay.
  • Ubiquiti's Wi-Fi 6 access points are also available in India.

When I reviewed the UniFi Dream Machine (UDM) back in 2019, I called it one of the best consumer routers available in the market. Ubiquiti followed it up with the Alien router, which is a standout option if you want to switch to Wi-Fi 6.

A year ago, the company introduced the UniFi Dream Machine Pro, a rack-mountable version of UDM with beefier hardware and exciting new features. The UDM Pro comes with an 8-port switch with Gigabit ports, 10GbE SFP+ connectivity, integrated network video recorder via UniFi Protect, and you get a drive bay that lets you directly record and store footage from Ubiquiti's security cameras.

The UDM Pro has Ubiquiti's class-leading Intrusion Detection System and Intrusion Prevention System, and thanks to the hardware upgrades, it now works without any noticeable hit on bandwidth — Ubiquiti says you should get up to 3.5Gbps with the feature enabled. The design means you can easily slot it into a rack, and the addition of NVR makes the UDM Pro a very interesting choice for prosumers.

The UDM Pro debuted in the U.S. for $379, and it is now available on Ubiquiti's Indian store for ₹41,299 ($560). The UDM Pro doesn't have Wi-Fi connectivity, but there's good news on that front as Ubiquiti has launched its latest Wi-Fi 6 access points in India: UniFi 6 Long-Range and UniFi 6 Lite.

The former UniFi 6 LR up to 3.0Gbps throughput and has 4x4 MU-MIMO, and the UniFi 6 Lite goes up to 1.5Gbps and offers 2x2 MU-MIMO. The UniFi 6 LR is available in India for ₹18,932 ($255), with the UniFi 6 Lite debuting at ₹10,449 ($140).

Ubiquiti UniFi Dream Machine Pro

₹41,299 at Ubiquiti

The UniFi Dream Machine Pro has all the features you're looking for in a prosumer routing solution. With 10GbE network, 8-port switch, and built-in NVR, it has it all.

Ubiquiti UniFi 6 Lite Access Point

₹10,449 at Ubiquiti

The UniFi 6 Lite gives you the ability to easily switch to Wi-Fi 6 connectivity. With a throughput of 1.5Gbps and increased wireless coverage, the access point is a great option.

Source: androidcentral

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