Despite the fact that I am a fan of German FritzBox routers lately, there is no denying that the Chinese are making a niche for themselves not only in terms of price but also advanced features.
For example, the new Xiaomi Mi AX9000 WiFI 6 Enhanced Edition In addition to having a daring design and presented as an improved and even more monstrous version of the AX6000, a Wi-Fi 6 router specialized in gaming, it is capable of controlling thousand devices at the same time, with USB 3.0 and 1 GB of memory.
It is a tri-band router (one of them specialized for games), Wi-Fi 6, with 12 antennas and 12 amplifiers having a Qualcomm IPQ8072 processor inside, with four cores and a two-core NPU, in addition to having a fan to prevent it from overheating.
Regarding speed, the Xiaomi Mi Router AX9000 can generate links around 9,000 Mbps, with a connector, with a USB 3.0 network port in which a transfer speed of 2.5 Gbps can be reached.
If until recently it only seemed for internal consumption in China, it can now be bought via Aliexpress for less than 195 EUR (shipping included).