Xiaomi slashes prices of Mi Router 3C and Mi Wi-Fi Repeater 2

Mi Router 3C

Xiaomi has slashed the prices of the Mi Router 3C and the Mi Wi-Fi Repeater 2. According to company sources, the price cut is permanent and has taken effect with immediate effect. As per the revised pricing, the Mi Router 3C will be available for Rs. 999 instead of Rs. 1199. The Mi Wi-Fi Repeater 2 is priced at Rs. 799, which gives a discount of Rs. 100 against the market price.

The price cut doesn’t come as a surprise because the Mi Router 3C was already sold at Rs. 899 during special deal seasons on various e-commerce stores such as Mi.com, Amazon, and Flipkart. We checked the official website of Mi India and the new price has been reflected.

The Mi Router 3C is equipped with four high-performance antennas with support for up to 300Mbps. With four high-performance antennas, the router will be able to work with enhanced operating range coupled with a stronger signal. You can virtually forget about dropped connections.

The Mi Router 3C features 64MB RAM, which is eight times more than standard routers. With the help of Mi Wi-Fi app, you will be able to manage connections remotely and track real-time usage. The router ships with fanless architecture paired with four copper antennas. The router provides dual LAN port, one RJ45 WAN port with other connectors.

The Mi Wi-Fi Repeater 2 helps you to extend the coverage of your Wi-Fi network with support for up to 16 devices. The repeater includes dual integrated PCB antennas, which is capable of boosting signal and download speeds.

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As you can see, the Mi Router 3C and Mi Wi-Fi Repeater 2 help you to communicate quickly since the aim of the devices is to boost mobile connectivity. If you work with video conferencing apps such as WhatsApp and Skype, you need to connect the router because it increases the overall signal strength.

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