- Tram Ho
Yesterday (13/2), Xiaomi introduced its latest flagship duo, Mi 10 and Mi 10 Pro through an event reported live in China. In addition to smartphones, the company also introduced many new products during this event, including its first Wi-Fi 6 router model – Mi AIoT Router AX3600.
Mi AIoT Router AX3600 is a high-end router equipped with Qualcomm IPQ8071A processor, including 4 Cortex-A53 cores and has a clock speed of 1.0GHz. In addition, it also comes with 512MB of RAM and 256MB of internal memory, a dedicated 1.7GHz dual-core Neural Processing Unit (NPU) to optimize users’ network speed.
According to the manufacturer’s announcement, this router can download up to 248 connected devices at the same time. Mi AIoT Router AX3600 has a total of 7 antennas, including 1 antenna for IoT devices, 2 2.4GHz antennas and the remaining 5 antennas for 5GHz band. Users can connect other devices to the router through both 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands.
Xiaomi says the AIoT antenna also supports dual frequencies and is capable of transmitting data with a maximum bandwidth of up to 150Mbps for IoT devices. Compared to the previously introduced Mi Router AC1200, the new router model is up to 155% faster.
Mi AIoT Router AX3600 also supports OFDMA technology, allowing the router to send data to multiple terminals with just one transmission. If you do not know, routers that do not support OFDMA will have to send data over multiple paths and are less efficient. However, the receiving device must also support OFDMA.
Xiaomi’s new router can be connected to the MIJIA application and the setup is also very easy. It will automatically find IoT devices around you, allowing you to configure a connection with just one touch. In addition, you can also use the WiFi App application version 5.0 or higher to receive real-time notifications when a device is connected or disconnected from the network.
Mi AIoT Router AX3600 supports WPA3 and IPv6 security protocols, is equipped with 4 ethernet ports on the back and comes with 12V 2A adapter. Currently, this router model is open to pre-order on Xiaomi’s official website, with a retail price of 599 yuan (about 1.99 million) but the exact time of the shelves.
Source : Genk