Xiaomi has also launched it’s first router in India. Called the Xiaomi Mi Router 3C, the entry-level router was first unveiled in China last year. It is a wireless router without inbuilt DSL modem functionality.The Mi Router 3C is equipped with four antennas – two each for transmitting and receiving data.
It is a single-band router that operates on 2.4GHz Wi-Fi band, and offers a maximum theoretical data throughput of 300MBps.The ports on the Mi Router 3C includes one WAN, two LAN, and one for power.
It is equipped with a MediaTek MT7628N processor, mated to 64MB of RAM and 16MB of storage. You can configure the device with theMi Wi-Fiapp, which is available for both Android and iOS devices.
The app offers an array of features including parental controls that let you create a blacklist and / or a whitelist of specific websites, a built-in firewall, timers for turning Wi-Fi on or off, setting up a guest network, data monitoring, a Wi-Fi booster feature and more.As for the pricing, the Xiaomi Mi Router 3C has been priced quite affordably at Rs 1,199.