Vodafone R201 MiFi: Convert 3G Connection into Wi-Fi Network

17 March 2011 By Varun


Recently Vodafone launched its 3G services in the Indian market. While Vodafone 3G is only available in selected areas at the moment, the company has already started releasing some 3G compatible devices. Vodafone R201 MiFi is one such device which uses the Vodafone 3G network to build a Wi-Fi network.

Vodafone R201 MiFi allows maximum of five different devices to get connected to its Wi-Fi network simultaneously. This DLNA certified device supports HSDPA 7.2 Mbps, HSUPA 5.76 Mbps and Wi-Fi 802.11b/g networks. You can either run it on battery, or can power it up by connecting it to mains or USB cable. Vodafone claims that its 1400mAh battery is good enough to last for 4 hours, and you can keep an eye on battery status via an OLED display.

The device measures 98mm x 62mm x 14mm and has weight of 90 grams. Vodafone has priced R201 MiFi at Rs. 5,500 which is around Rs. 1,000 less than its competitor’s Photon Wi-Fi.

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