Fritzbox 7530 AX from AVM offers fast WLAN thanks to Wifi 6

AVM has presented a new Fritzbox that extends the selection in the area of ​​(V) DSL. The Fritzbox 7530 AX is based closely on the already known 7530, but supports Wifi 6 and thus offers faster speeds and response times. The Fritzbox 7530 AX should come onto the market as early as next month.

AVM had already mentioned the Fritzbox 7530 AX for the first time in August 2020. Now the Berlin router manufacturer has officially presented it. Due to its new WLAN technology Wifi 6 (also awarded as WLAN ax), the Fritzbox received the name addition AX. According to AVM, it can be operated on all DSL connections, but also supports VDSL with 35b supervectoring and thus an Internet speed of up to 300 Mbit / s.

High WiFi performance thanks to WiFi 6

Compared to the Fritzbox 7530, the new AX version offers more than twice as high WLAN performance. At the same time, it is backwards compatible with all older WLAN standards. The router achieves gross rates of up to 1800 Mbit / s in the 5 GHz band via WLAN ax, and up to 600 Mbit / s in the 2.4 GHz band. For comparison: The maximum speed of the Fritzbox 7530 is 866 and 400 Mbit / s. If you want, the Fritzbox 7530 AX can also be integrated into a mesh system.

But not only the WLAN data rates are higher thanks to Wifi 6, the response times are also accelerated. According to the manufacturer, users who use several devices in the same WLAN environment at the same time benefit from this. Applications such as multiple parallel video chats, video streaming in 4K, cloud gaming and the like should be handled by the Fritzbox 7530 AX smoothly and without interruptions.

Fritzbox 7530 AX with the latest Fritz! OS

Apart from Wifi 6, the Fritzbox 7530 AX has the typical features of a DSL router from AVM. Supplied with the current Fritz! OS 7.2x, it serves as a control center for the home network and also supports remote maintenance and control via apps such as Fritz! App Fon, WLAN or Fritz! App Smart.

Additional devices can be connected to the router via four Gigabit LAN ports. Owners of the box can set up parental controls or WLAN guest access, but also access Fritz! NAS or the integrated media server. In addition, the Fritzbox 7530 AX has a DECT base with answering machine, which can be used to connect up to six DECT telephones. If you use IP or analog telephones instead, you can also connect them to the Fritzbox. This is another difference to the previous Fritzbox 7530, which only allowed the connection of DECT and IP telephones, but not of analog devices.

The features of the Fritzbox 7530 AX at a glance:

  • for DSL connections and VDSL with supervectoring 35b
  • Wi-Fi 6 (WLAN ax) with up to 1,800 Mbit / s at 5 GHz (3 × 3) and 600 Mbit / s at 2.4 GHz (2 × 2) 
  • supports all previous generations of WLAN
  • four gigabit LAN ports
  • a USB port for printer and memory (NAS)
  • Telephone system for DECT, IP and analog telephones as well as up to 5 integrated answering machines
  • DECT base for up to 6 telephones and smart home applications
  • Fritz! OS: with parental controls, media server, Fritz! NAS, WLAN guest access, MyFritz! Etc.
  • automatic updates
  • Height, width, depth: 208 x 150 x 37 mm
  • Power consumption: approx. 6 watts in standby

At 208 x 150 x 37 millimeters, the Fritzbox 7530 AX is the same size as the 7530 and therefore significantly smaller than the Fritzbox 7590. According to AVM, it will be launched in November. The recommended retail price is 169 euros.

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