Inquiry about GL-E750 (Mudi) and Possible Future Upgrades

I have been a satisfied user of the GL-E750 (Mudi) by GL-iNet, and I wanted to reach out and inquire about any potential plans for a renewed version of this fantastic device, perhaps even a Mudi AX.

While exploring the available options, I came across the Puli AX (Which isn’t yet available for purchase). However, I find it to be quite bulky compared to the Mudi, and its battery capacity is smaller as well. Hence, I was wondering if GL-iNet has any intentions to release a new Mudi model that incorporates the following features:

  1. 4G LTE (and possibly 5G) connectivity without the need for external antennas.
  2. WiFi 6E support for enhanced wireless performance.
  3. The ability to prevent the device from starting up automatically every time it is plugged in.
  4. Built-in support for AdGuard, offering advanced DNS level blocking capabilities.
  5. Seamless integration with WireGuard, a popular VPN protocol.
  6. Dual SIM functionality for added flexibility (optional feature).
  7. The ability to send SMS messages, in addition to receiving them (optional feature).

Currently, I use the Mudi as a convenient “WiFi Egg” for my day-to-day activities, serving the following purposes:

  1. Providing VPN protection for all my devices, ensuring my online security.
  2. Preventing my phone’s operating system from bypassing the VPN connection.
  3. Enabling a software firewall on my Android device, which would otherwise occupy a VPN slot.
  4. Utilising a “tablet SIM” for the Mudi while having a separate “talk and text SIM” for my phone.

If there are no plans for a new Mudi in the pipeline, I kindly request that you consider this post as a product suggestion. I believe these enhancements would greatly benefit users like me who rely on the Mudi for their connectivity needs.

Thank you for your attention, and I look forward to any information or feedback you can provide.


Thank you. I will feed back your requirements to the product department.

We have been thinking about to develop Mudi AX for a long time, but we haven’t found a suitable solution, mainly due to the heat dissipation issue. Mudi is only CAT6+WIFI5, and the product surface is already hot. If upgraded to 5G module+WIFI6, high-performance CPU+WIFI6 chips+5G module will generate a lot of heat.

If you are not traveling with Mudi, the XE3000 (Puli AX) which under development may be an alternative solution for you. It can meet the requirements you listed above, but only the antennas are external, and the product size is a little big. Puli AX battery can support working time up to 6~8 hours.