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Xiaomi Redmi AX6000 - new WiFi 6 router from Xiaomi

The Xiaomi Redmi AX6000 came with 512 MB of memory and, of course, the possibility of a MESH network.

Xiaomi Redmi AX6000 - new WiFi 6 router from Xiaomi

The Xiaomi Redmi AX6000 WiFi 6 router is a modern, high-performance device that can be an ideal choice for those who want a stable and fast Internet connection in their home or office. The router has a quad-core MT 7986A processor, which operates at a clock speed of 2.0 GHz, thus ensuring smooth operation even in the case of tasks with high data traffic.

The device is equipped with 512 MB of memory, which provides enough capacity to meet the needs of modern home networks. By supporting WiFi 6 technology, the router works in accordance with the latest wireless communication standards, which can reach speeds of up to 2,4 Mbps on the 1148 GHz band and 5 Mbps on the 4804 GHz band. This can be an excellent choice for users who expect a high-speed Internet connection, be it for video streaming, online games or downloading large files.

Four external antennas ensure stable coverage, which contributes to a reliable WiFi connection everywhere in your home or office. MESH network support allows you to connect multiple AX6000 devices to create a single, wide-area network. The router has four auto-adaptive WAN/LAN ports, which automatically recognize the connection type of the devices, enabling easy and fast connection of different devices.

The package includes a Xiaomi Redmi AX6000 router, a power cable, a network cable and an instruction manual. 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. This small detail also shows Xiaomi's attention to international users. The router is delivered from a Chinese warehouse, priced at BG24PL29JAN4 with coupon code HUF 34 here:

 

Xiaomi Redmi AX6000 WiFi 6 router

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