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Mito Corporation to display WiFiRanger in Louisville

Mito Corporation to display WiFiRanger in Louisville

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — MITO, a distributor of premium electronics, will showcase its customizable wireless router kit, the WiFiRanger Sky, Dec. 3 to 5 at the National RV Trade Show, held at the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville, Ky.

WiFiRanger Sky, exclusively distributed by MITO Corporation, delivers an all-in-one, factory-installed WiFi solution consumers on the go.  Designed specifically for MITO’s OEM market (RV, marine and transit), WiFiRanger combines durable engineering and increased security with signal-boosting technology from 2,500 feet, creating the best connection for outdoor use.

To learn more about WiFiRanger and its capabilities, view the company’s digital brochure at http://mito-oem.com/wifiranger-sky-brochure.html.

People can also learn more about its performance abilities at the MITO display in Booths 536-541 at the Kentucky Expo Center.

Since 1974, MITO Corporation has provided consistent, high-quality sales and distribution services of premium electronics, a press release noted. MITO is based in Elkhart, Ind. and is the exclusive distributor of Clarion, VIZIO and WiFiRanger.

For more information, visit www.mitocorp.com or call 574.295.2441.

SOURCE: Mito Corporation press release

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