Mercury launches the Mifi 3G router

By Silky Malhotra | Updated 18 Nov 2013
Mercury launches the Mifi 3G router
  • Mercury has unveiled its Mifi 3G Router power bank, boasts of an integrated SIM card slot that creates Wi-Fi hotspot and a 3000 mAh battery.

Kobian has launched the Mercury 3G Mifi router with inbuilt power bank. The device can create a Wi-Fi hotspot for up to 10 users at a time, and offers multimedia sharing for multiple users.

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The Mercury Mifi 3G router creates Wi-Fi hotspot by simple inserting a 3G SIM card. It supports connectivity through 3G dongle or LAN wire. Users can easily share data, Wi-Fi and multimedia easily.

The device is packed with internal 3000mAh battery, that according to company claims can deliver 10 hours of battery life. The device has a small compact design which makes it an ideal pocket sized Router Power bank for people on the move. The Mercury 3G mobile router supports HSPA 3G broadband connections and offers download speed of up to 14.4Mbps, 5.76Mbps upload speeds and 150mbps Wi-Fi transfer data. The 3G mobile router offers multi-function features and comes with a microSD card up to 32GB storage and can also be used as USB memory stick.

Sushmita Das, Country Manager - India at Kobian Pte Ltd said "We always try to design and build intelligent products which can be used for more than one purpose; one such device is the Mercury 3G mobile router with inbuilt power bank. It acts as a router in connecting close to 10 devices instantly to the internet and also acts as a power bank to the mobile device. We have plans to come up with more such devices in the coming future."

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