A few days ago, ASUS officially released a new Wi-Fi 6 wireless router tagged as the TUF Gaming ASUS AX3000 V2. According to the official report, the ultra maximum speed of 2.4GHz can surpass 574Mbps, and the 5GHz band frequency can mark 2402Mbps at its maximum clocked speed.
The design looks fine in place, where it adopts the combination of black and yellow colors with four antennas, and a double layer heat sink and air duct design has been used inside the hood to control the heat radiant. The black layered coat dominates the smartphone’s overall design, while the flickering yellow color offers a coherent observatory.
ASUS AX3000 Wi-Fi 6 Router offers a 2.5G WAN port and 4 Gigabit LAN ports when it comes to interface. It supports dual-port aggregation equivalent to 2Gbps. More scrupulously, it also offers a USB 3.2 Gen 1 interface, which has to be installed inside the router, and it can be connected to external storage devices and network printers, and the list won’t stop within certain limits.
On the hardware front, the processor placed under the hood is quad-core 1.7GHz, 512MB RAM partnered with 256MB flash memory. Perhaps you’ll not dwell on pondering whether it could unwittingly stop at a certain point in time or about the device’s running speed. With all of these accessories inside the hood, you’re not going to join the community forum to raise a ticket.
From another perspective, ASUS AX3000 has a support system for AIMesh interconnection, 160MHz bandwidth, WPA3, OFDMA technology, and so on.
Eventually, we found it woeful that the official price of the device has not yet been added to the sheet. However, since it carries out the TUF Gaming on its collar and not ROG, it must be an affordable price device.