Xiaomi launched its flagship router Redmi AX5400 in March. And some of its capacities are mind-boggling. The router delivers 5.4 Gbps speed capacity, Multi-model mesh, and supports up to 248 devices connection.
The latest entry in its growing lineup of routers was unveiled along with the Redmi K50 Series in China this month. The router brings a holistic improvement in performance that would ensure a high-end broadband performance for users. It features a 4×4 160 MHz ultra-band channel width, 4K QAM for high-speed transfer, and a dual-core CPU.
Similarly, it gets six high-performing antennas, and 512 MB of storage.
MU-MIMO, and 5.4 Gbps speed
If you were curious, the Redmi AX5400 router with MU-MIMO supports simultaneous connections for up to 248 devices. So, if you have laptops, smartphones, and tablets in any number, you will be able to connect them all at once. Plus, being a Mesh system with 802.11ax standard, it delivers a uniform data rate transmission across all connected devices.
As for the speed, this is a WiFi 6 standard compliant router and supports up to 5.4 Gbps speed.
As for the chip, the Redmi AX5400 has a new generation of Qualcomm IPQ5018 routing chips. Besides, there are 6 high-speed antennas.
For gamers, Xiaomi has a similar router with the exact model number AX5400. But the differences between these two are that the new AX5400 has 6 antennas which help serve multiple devices with speed and also extend the coverage across a larger area. Plus, it also sports a different design language.
Redmi AX5400 router specifications:
- WiFi standard: WiFi 6/8002.11ax
- Support up to 248 devices simulaneously
- Mesh system to widen coverage with multiple nodes
- Supports up to 5.4 Gbps throughput
- 6 antennas
- 1 GHz dual-core Qualcomm IPQ5018 SoC
- 1GHz NPU, 512MB RAM
- Compatible with Mi WiFi app for monitoring and parental controls
- WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK/WPA3-SAE encryption for added security
- 3 10/100/1000M auto-adaptive LAN ports (Auto MDI/MDIX) , 1x 10/100 / 1000M adaptive WAN port (Auto MDI / MDIX)
Price and Availability in Nepal
WiFi 6 routers have just begun this year with the speed war. And we are more than sure, more high-end routers will enter the market soon. Besides, Xiaomi also sells Mi routers in Nepal so we might as well see the high-performance Redmi AX5400 break into Nepali stores in the coming months. For now, the router hit markets in China on March 22nd.
As for the cost, the Redmi Router AX5400 is set at US$ 63 which translates to INR.4,770. Judging from that, it should be available for around Rs.12,000 in Nepal including taxes.
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