Xiaomi today launched an array of accessories in India, including Mi Wi-Fi Repeater 2, Mi Bluetooth Speaker Mini, and a couple of power banks.

Mi Wi-Fi Repeater 2

Compatible with most popular router brands, Mi Wi-Fi Repeater 2 is the simplest way to expand your home Wi-Fi coverage without buying a new router. Small in size, it aims to deliver fast, stable connections for up to 16 devices, and has two built-in high performance PCB antennas to expand router signal range and boost download speeds.

The repeater sports a simple and unobtrusive design and takes up minimal space while eliminating Wi-Fi dead zones in your home. It packs in a USB connector so you can power it via plug-and-play power sockets or power banks or other devices.

Priced at ₹999 ($15), the Mi Wi-Fi Repeater 2 will be available exclusively on Mi.com and Mi Home from June 20.

Mi Bluetooth Speaker Mini

The new Mi Bluetooth Speaker Mini sports a compact form-factor in a smooth metal housing and weighs just 58 grams. The Bluetooth 4.0 speaker features a built-in microphone with noise reduction technology to allow for a high-quality calling experience and offers a battery life for 4 hours.

Priced at ₹1,299 ($20), the Mi Bluetooth Speaker Mini will be exclusively available on Mi.com and Mi Home in two color variants – Grey and Gold – from June 21.

Mi Power Bank 2

Available in two capacity variants – 10,000mAh and 20,000mAh – Mi Power Bank 2 feature two-way fast charging and high-density batteries.

The 10,000 mAh one sports a thin anodized aluminum casing with a 180° ergonomic arc design and is just 14.1mm thin. The 20,000 mAh one boasts of dual USB outputs so you can charge two devices at once and weighs just over 330 grams in a portable form-factor.

The 10000mAh Mi Power Bank 2 will be available in black on Mi.com and Mi Home at ₹1,199 ($19) from June 20 and on Amazon and Flipkart from July 07 while the 20000mAh Mi Power Bank 2 will be available in black on Mi.com and Mi Home at ₹2,199 ($34) from June 20 and on Amazon and Flipkart from July 07.

Abhishek Baxi
A technology columnist and a digital consultant, he quit Microsoft in 2011 to go independent and write more, watch a lot of movies, and travel randomly.
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