[Deal] Xiaomi Mi Router 4Q Now Available From $19.99

Chinese manufacturing giant, Xiaomi, has a couple of routers on its shelves and these products vary in prices depending on what you want. If you need something a bit hardcore, then you should consider the Xiaomi Mi R3P 2600Mbps router which by the way is not the highest Xiaomi router. However, if you need a modest router which can deliver your entry-level need, then you should consider the Xiaomi Mi Router 4Q. This router was launched some months ago for 99 Yuan ($16) making it one of the company’s cheapest routers. Now, it is available for purchase from $19.99.

This router comes with a minimalistic design with a dimension of 20.00 x 13.50 x 1.80 cm and weighs only 240 grams. The Xiaomi Router 4Q is powered by a Qualcomm QCA9561 chip, clocked at 775MHz, coupled with 64MB of memory. This chipset ensures a stable performance and more smart devices can be connected concomitantly.  Xiaomi router 4Q supports the 802.11n wireless protocol, uses three high-gain omnidirectional antennas, supports 3×3 MIMO technology, and has a maximum bandwidth of 450Mbps. Its three 5dBi high gain antennas enhance the signal gain effect and transmission performance.

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Where To Buy The Xiaomi Mi Router 4Q

The Xiaomi Mi router 4Q is currently available in a couple of stores but as usual, we will give you multiple stores to chose from.

Buy the Xiaomi Mi router 4Q on Gearbest for $19.99 Buy the Xiaomi Mi router 4Q on Banggood for $19.99 Buy the Xiaomi Mi router 4Q on Lightinthebox for $23.99 Buy the Xiaomi Mi router 4Q on Geekbuying for $29.99
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1 Comment

  1. Piotr A
    September 6, 2018

    450Mbps bandwitch router with 100Mbps Ethernet ports. This is plain stupid