Xiaomi introduces AIoT Wi-Fi 6 802.11ax Router AX3600, GaN Type-C 65W charger and Bluetooth speaker with 30W wireless charging and more

Along with the Mi 10 smartphone Xiaomi also introduced several accessories in China including AIoT Router AX3600 with Wi-Fi 6 support, GaN Type-C 65W fast charger, Bluetooth speaker with support for 30W wireless fast charging and Active Cooling fan for phones. Xiaomi AIoT Router AX3600 features and specifications 574Mbps 802.11ax 2 × 2  2.4G / 2402Mbps 802.11 ax Wi-Fi 4 × 4 5GHz Protocol: IEEE 802.11a / b / g / n / ac / ax, IEEE 802.3 / 3u / 3ab 1GHz quad-core IPQ8071A processor + 1.7GHz dual-core NPU 512MB RAM, 256MB ROM 6 external omni directional antennas + 1 AIoT antenna that automatically connects to Xiaomi smart devices using app MU-MIMO technology allows multiple antennas of the router to serve multiple devices at the same time offering the best experience  Up to 238 connected devices Real time monitoring, parental controls with Mi WiFi app on Android and iOS Aluminum alloy heat sink and high thermal conductivity thermal adhesive, cooling holes on the top, bottom and sides for heat dissipation. A metal part is arranged on the triangular top surface to accelerate the heat transfer from the inside to the outside WPA3 next generation of Wi-Fi security standard Dimensions: 410 ...

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