INFi Marvel Smart Wireless Router Transmits WiFi Signal Through Power Line Instead of Network Cable

With Power Line Communication, the INFi Marvel smart wireless router transmits WiFi signal by power line instead of network cable for better communication quality. Sounds cool? Let’s continue checking.

INFi Marvel Smart Wireless Router

INFi Marvel is an innovative, smart wireless router that consists of one elliptical main unit and one or more rounded units. As we can see from the images, both elliptical and rounded units show off a compact and sleek design, their white-and-gold color scheme allows the units to blend well with the style of your house, and both units are equipped with integrated plug, so you can deploy them on your wall outlets for saving space.

INFi Marvel Smart Wireless Router

The elliptical unit comes with an Ethernet port to connect with your network cable and it supports pairing with up to seven rounded units using your home’s power lines in order to bring WiFi signal to every room of your house. Moreover, the wireless router features PLC (Power Line Communication) technology which allows it to transmit WiFi signal through power line, delivering stable signal even through thick walls or other barriers, and chip-level anti-interference technology makes WiFi signal more stable.

Moreover, the wireless router also features independent cloud encryption technology to secure your data and info, and remote and parental control prevents kids from harmful content from the Internet. In addition, its built-in WiFi module makes lower radiation and less power consumption, protecting the health of your family members.

The INFi Marvel has been available for preorder via Indiegogo. You can pledge $52 to preorder the smart wireless router. It will be shipped in August this year. BTW, also don’t miss Starry Station wireless router and more related cool stuff by following tags.

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