Just after unveiling Redmi Note 2 and Redmi Note 2 Prime with MIUI 7 ROM in China, Xiaomi has introduced its compact wireless router, Mi WiFi nano, which is smaller than already mini version of its Mi Wi-Fi nano router. Details go this way right after this jump.
If you look at what Xiaomi announced, is the Mi Wi-Fi nano aka a compact wireless router which has a size on your palm, can be carried anywhere you go, fixing it in your pocket and that too weighs at jsut 100 grams, less than a thin smartphone. Highlight in this product is is it has a micro-USB input that lets you charge Mi Wi-Fi nano using a Power Bank, since it only consumes 36W charge. According to Xiaomi, a 10,000mAh Power Bank can charge the wireless router for up to 30 hours. Great!
Nevertheless, this new Mi Wi-fi nano router is slightly larger than a credit card and fits in the palm of your hand, which evidently has PCB antennas and offers a range of 150m², which Xiaomi claims is stronger and more stable than competing routers that are also bigger in size.
The router supports Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n and has a speed of 300Mbps. Has extrenal PCB antenna 2 x 2 (Maximum 300Mbps). LED indicator, Smart Mi smartphone app to access router settings or view the status, paired with 64MB of DDR2 RAM, 16GB of internal storage and is powered by a MediaTek MT7628N chipset, works with Mi Power Bank and as oft-mentioned has Micro-USB port and others include; 2 x 10 / 100M LAN port and 1 x 10 / 100M WAN port.
Available to buy in mint green, lemon yellow, sky blue, pure white, deep black, baby pink colors. Goes on sale in China starting August 13th, while the Xiaomi Mi Wi-Fi nano wireless router is priced at RMB 79 (US$ 12) and in India it costs Rs 804 roughly if launched.