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Xiaomi Redmi AX5400 - another new WiFi 6 router from Xiaomi

Xiaomi Redmi AX5400 is tuned to the needs of gamers.

Xiaomi Redmi AX5400 - another new WiFi 6 router from Xiaomi

The Xiaomi Redmi AX5400 WiFi6 Gaming Router is a device specially tailored to the needs of gamers, which provides excellent performance in terms of a stable and fast Internet connection. This router can be especially suitable for those who regularly play online games or for whom smooth streaming is important. Thanks to the 2,5 Gbps network port, the router provides especially fast data transfer, which is made even more attractive for gamers by the dedicated game acceleration and colorful RGB lighting. With the support of WiFi6 technology, the router provides an even smoother streaming and gaming experience, speeding up the download of large games and the streaming of 4K resolution movies.

The professional chipset, which has an independent NPU core, greatly improves the data processing ability. The 512 MB memory enables the stable connection of up to 248 devices at the same time, making it ideal for families using multiple devices or even for operating a smart home. The MESH network support allows you to connect several Xiaomi or Redmi routers, thus ensuring a continuous Internet connection covering the entire house and creating a full-scale gaming network.

The router is equipped with a six-way, independent, high-performance signal amplifier, which ensures a strong and stable signal. RGB light adjustable in 16 million colors will be an attractive feature for gamers. The package contains a Xiaomi Redmi AX5400 Gaming WiFi router. It is important to note that the original plug is a CN plug, but the manufacturer provides the appropriate plug adapter according to the country of the shipping address, which is a convenient solution for international customers.

The router is delivered to us from a Chinese warehouse, the price is BG24PL29JAN3 with coupon code HUF 38 here:

 

Xiaomi Redmi AX5400 WiFi 6 router

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