Xiaomi Mi Router AX6000 with 7 antennas and Wi-Fi 6 help
In addition to the custom skin Mi 11 and MIUI 12.5, Xiaomi recently also introduced the Mi router AX6000 in China. The new router will expand the existing arsenal of Xiaomi’s Mi router series. The AX6000 supports Wi-Fi 6 and has six external amplification antennas and one external AIoT antenna. The AX6000 dual-band Mi router is operated with the Qualcomm IPQ5018 processor and can achieve speeds of up to 4,804 Mbit / s.
The Mi Router AX6000 also has a number of security features and a management app that allows you to control everything from an Android or iOS device or directly from the Internet. The router also has LED indicators and will be available in a single black colorway.
Technical specifications and features
The Xiaomi Mi Router AX6000 runs on the MiWiFi ROM, which is based on OpenWRT. It uses a 1.0 GHz network processing unit (NPU) and has 512 MB of RAM. It supports both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands. Xiaomi has proposed speeds of up to 4,804 Mbit / s in the 5 GHz band and 574 Mbit / s in the 2.4 GHz band.
A series of LED indicators on the router show the status of the system, the AIoT and the network ports. The Mi Router AX6000 can be connected to up to 16 devices at the same time and has a natural heat dissipation design to keep it cool during further use. The brand also claims that the 6 high gain external antennas and the AIoT external antenna make the router ideal for multi-story apartments.
By synchronizing with Xiaomi AIoT devices, the MI Router AX6000 can synchronize passwords on all devices without having to connect each device separately. It also offers an ultra-low latency connection exclusive to Xiaomi phones for a better gaming experience.
Prices and availability
The Xiaomi Mi Router AX6000 costs 599 CNY (around Rs 6,800) in China and will be available in the country from January 8, 2020. Xiaomi has not yet announced any details about an international launch of the AX6000.