Xiaomi has quietly launched four new products under its accessories portfolio in the Indian market. The company has launched Mi Wi-Fi Repeater 2, Mi Bluetooth Speaker Mini, and two variants of its Mi Powerbank 2.
While Xiaomi has not officially announced the launch of these devices in India, the products have been listed on Xiaomi India’s official e-commerce store and will be available for sale in the coming days.
The Mi Wi-Fi Repeater 2 and Mi Bluetooth Speaker will only be available via Mi India, two variants of the powerbank — 10,000mAh and 20,000 mAh will be available on Flipkart and Amazon India as well.
All the four devices will go on sale from June 20 on the Mi India website. However, the products on Flipkart and Amazon India will be available only after July 7. The pricing for the products will be between ₹999 and ₹2,199.
The Xiaomi’s Mi Powerbank 2 will be available in two 10,000mAh and 20,000mAh power variants. The larger capacity version, 20,000mAh, supports dual USB output, and two-way fast charging capability. On the other hand, the basic 10,000 mAh version supports just two-way fast charging. The 10,000 mAh version is priced at ₹1,199 and the higher capacity 20,000 mAh version is priced at ₹2,199.
The Mi Wi-Fi Repeater 2 is a Wi-Fi signal range extender. It comes with inbuilt dual PCB antennas to improve signal strength and Wi-Fi performance. Xiaomi claims that the device supports up to 300Mbps download speeds. The Mi Wi-Fi Repeater 2 is priced at ₹999 in India and is available in only the white color.
The Mi Bluetooth Speaker Mini is a portable speaker. It comes in a small, circular, full metal casing design with built-in microphone and a lanyard hole. The speaker, Xiaomi claims is small enough to fit inside the palm of your hand and can easily be tagged along on trips or outdoors.
The device has CVC 6.0 noise reduction technology to improve outdoor performance. It is available in 2 colors – Gray and Gold and comes with 4 hours long battery life. It carries a price tag of ₹1,299 in India.
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