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Xiaomi MI AX6000 AIoT Router - wireless net on the third

The Xiaomi MI AX6000 AIoT Router is not only fast, but also quite powerful.

Xiaomi MI AX6000 AIoT Router - wireless net on the third

The Xiaomi MI AX6000 AIoT Router is a state-of-the-art WiFi 6 router that offers outstanding speed and wide network coverage. It has a peak speed of 6000 Mbps, 7 antennas and Mesh network capability, ideal for larger homes and offices. 4K QAM technology and 512 MB MU-MIMO support ensure high performance and smooth connection of devices.

The router uses WiFi 6 technology, which allows higher speeds and better network capacity, especially in densely crowded environments. The device operates on 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz frequencies, ensuring flexibility and fast data transfer. Thanks to the 7 antennas, it provides excellent coverage and a stable signal throughout your home or workplace.


  • Processor: IPQ5018
  • Network acceleration engine: 1.0 GHz NPU
  • RAM: 512MB
  • 2.4G WiFi: 2×2 (max. 574Mbps)
  • 5G WiFi: 4×4 (max. 4804Mbps)
  • Antennas: 6 external high-gain antennas + 1 AIoT antenna
  • Interfaces: 1x 10/100/1000/2500M WAN/LAN, 1x 10/100/1000M WAN/LAN, 2x 10/100/1000M LAN
  • Wireless standards: IEEE 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax, IEEE 802.3/3u/3ab

The router has a sleek, black design with dimensions of 408mm x 133mm x 177mm, which allows it to blend discreetly into the environment. The natural heat dissipation solution ensures stable operation even during prolonged use. The router has multiple security features such as WPA-PSK / WPA2-PSK / WPA3-SAE encryption, wireless access control and hidden SSID. It is based on the MiWiFi ROM operating system, which is based on OpenWRT and allows users to perform detailed network settings and management.

The price of the router is now very affordable, a BGDB079 you can get it with a coupon code for ~37 forints by clicking on the following link:


Xiaomi MI AX6000 AIoT Router

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