Xiaomi unveiled two routers and an Android-based set-top box. One of the two routers is touted as the “the world’s most inexpensive” such device with 802.11ac connectivity support. It will sell for just 129 Yuan, which is the amount that translates into roughly $21.
The other router is a bit “smarter” packing 256MB of RAM and 1TB hard drive that allows it to work as a media server. This unit will go for 699 Yuan, which is the equivalent of $112.
Finally, there’s the set-top box called MiBox enhanced edition that obviously builds on top of the original MiBox. This model comes with a 2GHz quad-core processor, 4K video support, 802.11ac connectivity and just 4GB of internal storage, which can be expanded with microSD cards. In addition, it can receive streaming content via Miracast, AirPlay and DLNA. The MiBox enhanced edition will be available for 399 Yuan (about $64).
Again, we’ve no idea whether any of these products will end-up selling in the Western hemisphere. We’ll let you know if we hear something on that front…