ASUS has announced the launch of RT-AC58U, a wireless router AC1300 Dual-Band concurrent with a combined speed of up to 1267 Mbps. The RT-AC58U has a design that provides more coverage and performance for multiple devices connected congested networks. For this purpose, it is equipped with 4 external high gain antennas and revolutionary MU-MIMO technology, which allows all compatible devices to connect at full speed.
Equipped with a powerful quad-core and 128 MB of DDR3 RAM processor, RT-AC58U offers multitasking potential superior and ideal capabilities for tasks that require high bandwidth, such as video streaming 4K UHD.
The combination of advanced technology hardware and ASUS RT-AC58U makes it ideal for home environments with high network traffic option. The MU-MIMO technology allows compatible devices to connect simultaneously at full speed without the network performance is affected. And with 128 MB of flash memory and 128 MB of RAM DDR3 you can be connected to the network a greater number of devices simultaneously.
The ASUS RT-AC58U has two competing bands with a total speed of 1267 Mbps (up to 400 MHz in the 2.4 GHz band and 867 MHz in the 5 GHz). A7 processor quad-core reduces jams between the Internet and the home network optimizing Internet connections and improving multitasking environment. The RT-AC58U offers a width of more than sufficient bandwidth to carry out tasks fluently tasks require high bandwidth, such as streaming 4K UHD content.
The RT-AC58U incorporates a unique design and 4 dBi external antenna 5 that minimize wireless coverage areas; in addition, the beamforming technology focuses AiRadar signal to minimize interference and increase the intensity of coverage. The USB 3.0 port allows users to access files on an external drive with a speed 10 times higher compared to USB 2.0 standard
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