5,624 Bosch router chips sold for the first time, making the company’s latest router a major seller of the device.
The new Bosch Router 7100 is priced at €7,399 ($8,799), but can also be bought for as low as €2,199 ($2,799).
The router’s release coincides with the Bosch s annual CES press conference in Las Vegas, which is held in the hotel.
The company announced last week that the new Boscha router will be available in 10 countries around the world from March 6, and that it will also launch a new router in February.
“The Bosch is the perfect platform for new devices from our brands and brands are starting to emerge, and with this year’s CES event in Las Vaces, Bosch and our partners are continuing to add new products to our portfolio,” said Paul O’Neill, head of Bosch Networks.
Bosch’s new router is aimed at companies who want to expand their wireless network without the need to pay a premium for the technology, and is expected to be available by the end of March.
The Boscha Router 7000 is a fully fledged router.
It features 802.11ac WiFi, 4G LTE and 802.15ac Wi-Fi.
It is available in a range of sizes ranging from 0.7mm to 3.5mm, and supports up to five devices.
The router has been available since March, and its availability will be followed by the release of a new Boschi-branded router in early February.