Xiaomi Mi Router 4C is teased to be launched in Nepal soon. After about one long year of China launch, finally Xiaomi Nepal has opt-out for the launch of this device. On a Twitter post, Xiaomi Nepal Country Manager Sourabh Kothari confirmed the news of the addition of a new Xiaomi ecosystem product in Nepal.
As the teaser poster shows four Omni-directional antennas, it can be confirmed that the new ecosystem product is nonother than Xiaomi Router 4C. In his tweet, Sourabh writes” experiencing lag in gameplay, choppy live streaming and dropped internet calls? There’s something amazing coming soon to fix all of your problems. Any Guesses? #XiaomiEcosystem #XiaomiNepal “
Xiaomi Router 4C: Specifications
Xiaomi Router 4C comes with four high-performance Omni-directional antennas and supports 2.4Ghz Wi-Fi network bands with a speed of 300Mbps. It also supports the 802.11n network protocol. Xiaomi claims that the 4-omnidirectional antennas with a signal gain of 5dBi ensure a faster and smarter connection experience.
Xiaomi router 4C comes with MediaTek MT7628N processor on the box. The router spots 64MB DDR2 RAM, and 16MB Nor Flash ROM. The dimensions are of 195×178.9x107mm.
Mi Wi-Fi app is compatible with Android and iOS phones. The Mi Wi-Fi app helps you view and manage router settings remotely. We can easily monitor the users and change various configurations of the routers remotely. There’s a QoS (Quality of Service) tool that helps you manage and allocate bandwidth as per requirement. Mi routers allow the flexibility to prioritize network bandwidth for each and every device connected to the network. The app also offers parental controls to manage what children can and cannot view.
Mi Router 4C allows intelligent optimization so that we can have a smoother experience playing games, watching videos or browsing the web. Similarly,
Unlike the conventional routers, Mi Router 4C can connect with up to 64 devices – up to eight times more than typical routers.
Mi Router 4C: Price in Nepal
In India, Mi Router 4C was launched back in January at a price of INR. 999 in a white-color option. As of now, the official pricing of the router can be guessed around 2,000-2300. However, the actual price may vary attributing to the various contributing factors.