Xiaomi has today launched a new Wi-Fi router called Mi Wi-Fi. In addition to offering high-speed connectivity, the router also boasts a 6TB hard drive that lets you store multimedia content. Also Read - Good news for iPhone loves! Apple beats Xiaomi to regain second position in global smartphone market
As far as specifications are concerned, the Mi Wi-Fi supports 802.11ac Wi-Fi standard, and under the hood is a 1.4GHz Broadcom 4709c dual-core chipset along with 512MB flash memory. It features dual-band support, and the company claims its PCB antennas improve 2.4G performance by 100 percent, and 5G performance by 30 percent. Also Read - Flipkart Big Diwali Sale begins today: Best deals on smartphones, smart TVs, home appliances
With a hard drive inside, the router can automatically take backups from your cameras or smartphones. The router is compatible with cameras from companies like Sony, Nikon, and Canon among others. As for smartphones both Android and iPhones are supported. With remote access, you will be able to access the content stored on the router via an Android or iOS app. Also Read - Top 5 OnePlus 9RT alternatives: OnePlus Nord 2 5G, Samsung Galaxy A52s 5G, more
Along with the Mi Wi-Fi router, Xiaomi has also launched the Mi Wi-Fi Amplifier. As the name suggests, you can plug in the amplifier to router to expand the Wi-Fi range. It’s a plug-and-play extension, so you don’t need to go through any complicated setup processes.
The Mi Wi-Fi router has been launched in two variants — the variant with 1TB hard drive is priced at 499 Yuan (Rs 5,130 approximately), while the variant with 6TB hard drive is priced at 2,999 Yuan (Rs 30,844 approximately). The Mi Wi-Fi Amplifier, on the other hand, is priced at 39 Yuan (Rs 400 approximately). As with Xiaomi’s devices, the Mi Wi-Fi too has been launched in China, with no word on when it could be launched in other markets.