Xiaomi’s first Wi-Fi 6 router with 7 antennas goes on sale

Recent reports show that Xiaomi’s first Wi-Fi 6 router with 7 antennas will go on sale today and it will be available for 599 yuan ($85). The Xiaomi router AX3600 is currently in stock and it is an AIoT Router. WiFi 6 is the new generation of WiFi standards. Compared with the previous generation, WiFi 5, the transmission rate, signal coverage, and data delay are much better. When users connect multiple terminal devices,  the WiFi 6 router can significantly reduce the number of terminals and performs as though it is dealing with a single equipment.

Xiaomi's first Wi-Fi 6 router

Xiaomi’s first Wi-Fi 6 router now on outright sale

The Xiaomi’s first Wi-Fi 6 router comes with 7 antennas. Six of these antennas are external high-performance signal amplifiers (two 2.4Ghz antennas and four 5Ghz antennas) while the last antenna is an AIoT exclusive independent antenna. Liu Xinyu, general manager of Xiaomi’s intelligent hardware department, said that its signal can cover 2 football fields. This will simply eliminate the issue of “no-signal corners” in the home.

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Xiaomi's first Wi-Fi 6 router

In terms of specifications, Xiaomi AIoT router AX3600 comes with Qualcomm’s 4-core 64-bit A53 CPU + 2-core network acceleration engine. It also uses an enterprise-level professional chip IPQ8071A. This chip (IPQ8071A) comes with a dual-core 1.7GHz network acceleration engine (NPU). Its unique design is specific for handling network traffic, allowing the CPU to focus on other upper-layer applications. The entire system has higher operating efficiency, faster traffic forwarding, and more stable work for a long time.

Xiaomi's first Wi-Fi 6 router

In addition, the Xiaomi AIoT router AX3600 uses a unique AIoT exclusive smart antenna. When you open the Mijia App, you can automatically find Xiaomi smart devices around you. This means that you can seamlessly add these devices to the network with one click. This saves users the stress of always trying to pair every new smart device with the network. Even if you get a new device today, the router will spot it from the Mijia app.

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1 Comment

  1. Fionan Burke
    April 17, 2020

    Where can we buy it from?