Asus claims its latest RT-AC5300 wireless router to be the world’s fastest WiFi router. With eight dual band antennas, it provides phenomenal speeds. Check out the article for further details.
First impression is the last impression, and Asus’s latest intimidating wireless router intends to make a long lasting impact. Asus is boasting its latest wireless router, the Asus RT-AC5300 as the “world’s fastest WiFi”.
The router looking like a creepy alien crab doesn’t score high on aesthetics, but it claims to be the best in business, thanks to its eight dual band antennas. Asus RT-AC5300 is a tri-band router.
On the 2.4 GHz band, it is capable of providing speed up to 1Gbps. It also has dual 5 Ghz band frequencies. Individually the dual frequencies can give speeds up to 2.167 Gbps and can reach to a maximum 5.3 Gbps when paired together. (The figures are all theoretical)
Linksys had also launched the very first MU-MIMO-enabled router in May this year that cold hit the speeds of 2.53 Gbps.
The Asus RT-AC5300 comes with WiFi b/g/n/ac, a gigabit WAN port, and four gigabit LAN ports on the back. You can also add printers and external storage with the USB 3.0 and a USB 2.0 port.
The Asus RT-AC5300 WiFi router will reach the markets later this year and its price has not been revealed yet.
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