The Asus RT-AC68A is some kind of futuristic router that has amazing Ai capabilities that will definitely (most likely) take your interneting experience into a whole new dimension of happiness and joy (maybe). It’s a dual band router with 802.11ac on the 5GHz band and 802.11N on the 2.4GHz band. It’s got Gigabit ports for your ISP connection as well as a couple more Gigabit ports to hook up your Pokemon database server and your robotic girlfriend.
The fun doesn’t stop there folks, it’s also got USB ports you can use to connect other stuff like storage devices, 3G/4G dongles (dongles!!) along with some kind of futuristic Ai technology that may or may not take over the planet.
Transfer Speeds Up to 1900 Mbps
With 802.11AC, you can achieve up to 1300Mbps over 5 GHz. With 802.11N, you can get 600Mbps over 2.4 GHz. Both of these combined is a transfer rate of up to 1900 Mbps. The Broadcom TurboQAM technology in this router increases your Wireless-N data transfer rates to 600 Mbps which is about 1/3 faster that traditional Wireless-N networks.
Gigabit WAN and Gigabit LAN
You get a single Gigabit (GigE) port for your Wide Area Connection (WAN) to connect to your cable modem or other network equipment from your ISP. You also get four Gigabit LAN ports that you can use to connect printers, media servers, desktops or any other device you’d like to hardwire with a blazing fast connection. This router also has a USB 3.0 and a USB 2.0 port that you can use to attach network storage, printers or even a 3G or 4G dongle to share your mobile data.
It’s nice to have A LOT of bandwidth. It’s even better when your router can actually keep up with the data transfer speeds. The dual-core processor provides plenty of power for pushing your connections to the limit. The only other router that even comes close is the netgear ac1600. But that’s twice as costly!
AiRadar Beam Forming Technology
I’m not entirely sure what this even is but it sounds cool as hell. It sounds like some kind of futuristic artificial intelligence uses a radar to find your computers and forms direct beams to increase your WiFi signal, although I’m sure that’s not even close to what’s happening. Just know that you’re going to have a really good connection from this router and that you may be linked to SkyNet.
AiCloud for File Sharing
Remember when your teacher told you to get your head out of the clouds? If only they could see you now. AiCloud interface helps you to share files across networks, platforms and possibly even dimensions, although I’m not so sure about the inter-dimensional file transfers.
Enhanced ASUSWRT Interface
If you want a router that’s hard to connect to then you’re going to have to find a different one to buy. The Asus RT-AC68A has an exceptionally easy interface called ASUSWRT that you can use to connect your favorite wireless devices.
Features and Specifications
- Up to 1900 Mbps, 802.11AC(1300Mbps over 5G) + 802.11N(600Mbps over 2.4G). Broadcom TurboQAM(TM) technology increases wireless-N data rate to600 Mbps for 33% faster performance
- 1 x Gigabit WAN port, 4 x Gigabit LAN ports, 1 x USB3.0/1 x USB 2.0 support Printer/HDD/(3G/4G dongle) sharing.
- AiRadar with Beam forming technology to ensure maximum WiFi coverage. Dual-core processor for fast and responsive performance with Wi-Fi, Ethernet and USB devices.
- AiCloud to bring you multimedia sharing from outside network and Smartphone
- Enhanced ASUSWRT interface for Easy 3steps setup through Tablet, Smartphone and PC
The Asus RT-AC68A is still really new, so as you may have already found, there are very few if any, customer reviews available for it online. I’m not even so sure this router exists. It seems like it’s a glitch in the matrix and won’t actually be released until the Earth year 2320.
If you’re feeling froggy you should hop on the link below to check and see if anyone has left a review for this router yet. If you don’t want to then that’s cool too. Just do me a favor and click some other shit on my site so Google thinks you found what you were looking for and I can make more sales (pretty please). 🙂