ASUS announced a family of new routers designed to satisfy the ever-increasing bandwidth demands 

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In addition to new 4K capture cards and gaming video display units, being introduced at this year Computex 2018 display, Asus has additionally unveiled a range of 802.11ax Routers that have been created to offer wi-fi connectivity answers for high bandwidth gadgets together with smartphones, tablets, PCs, games consoles and 4K TVs. Asus has been showcasing a full lineup of 802.11ax routers at Computex in Taipei, Taiwan.

Even as the newest 802.11ac well-known tops out at 1.3 Gbps, this next generation of wired-free, 802.11ax, is promising a extensive jump of throughput to 3.5 Gbps. Kicking it up even a notch similarly, 802.11ax can also bond as much as 4 streams together via multiplexing tech similar to mobile LTE tech, to top out at an high-quality 14 Gbps inside the final standard.


All of the new equipment brought will support Asus’ modern-day AiMesh extender technology, even though simplest the AX1600 model will do this out of the box, while the others will require a later firmware upgrade to enable AiMesh support.

Another product, the AX6100 WiFi system, additionally capabilities 802.11ax tech. That is a two element kit that consists of a router, in addition to an extender inside the box. The router is also a tri-band solution, albeit with less general throughput of 6100 Mbps than their ROG flagship router above. it will additionally be compatible to further extend the community with different AiMesh tools.

Pricing for this tools is not to be had but, however it should not take too long. It must be out in Q3. 802.11ax laptops, smartphones, and other peripherals are probable not going to begin arriving until 2019 or even later, however it will likely be exciting to see how a great deal 802.11ax’s improved strength improves range and pace for our current wireless hardware.