ASUS RT-AC68U dual-band 802.11ac router available

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    ASUS officially released its ASUS RT-AC68U dual-band 802.11ac router. ASUS is set to release their latest dual-band WiFi router, the RT-AC68U. Corresponding to the ‘Draft 11ac’ (...

    ASUS RT-AC68U dual-band 802.11ac router available
     
  2. E^vol

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    I have this router and it's great. Quite the step up from my old D-Link DIR-655.
    Better range & much faster speed.
     
  3. Prod

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    I have the router as well. I went from a D-Link gaming router to this one. I live in a 1500 sqft house. My D-Link had problems getting wireless to the whole house. This router has no problems at all. The 5ghz band covers my whole house. I have had the router for about a month and have not had to restart it once yet as well. My internet connection is 100mbps down and 25mbps up. Everything that is wireless ac, like my Note 3 and my Note 10.1 are able to max my download and upload rates with no problems. Transferring files on my network from my PC (wired) to my Note 3 ( wireless AC) I am about to get around 200mbps about 25mbs asec. Where my old D-Link gaming router would do about 50mbps on Wireless N. This router was wroth every penny I paid for. I got the router on newegg with a 20% off code making it $180.
     
  4. Tripkebab

    Tripkebab Member Guru

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    I want this router and it's just become available in the UK on the bt online store (of all places).

    I've seen alot of mixed user reviews mentioning crashes, failing wifi and other nonsense. Perhaps there's a bad batch of these, maby firmware issues that will get ironed out?

    Guru3d, give us a review please =)
     

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    Raider0001 Master Guru

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    yeah i think the most important question is - is it going to crash every now and then?
    second question - is it going to work with Nexus 7 without the damn WPS button ?
     

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