ASUS released new generation flagship router: ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 Pro Gaming
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The new generation of flagship gaming router ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 Pro Gaming released by ASUS in August this year has been listed in some regions. It is priced at NT$14,990 (about US$472) in Taiwan.
According to the official introduction, the coverage capability of GT-AX11000 Pro has been increased by 38%, the CPU performance has been increased by 18%, and the network capacity has been increased by 4 times.
Compared with the current GT-AX11000, there are more Pro suffixes, and there are three main changes:
- For the first time, a 10 Gigabit (10Gbps) network port was added;
- 5G2 frequency band (5.9GHz) adds U-NII4 support, that is, all three frequency bands now support 160MHz bandwidth;
- Hardware upgrade, the processor is a 2.0GHz Broadcom quad-core chip with a higher main frequency, the RAM is also upgraded to 1GB DDR4 specifications, and the flash memory is still 256MB.
In terms of performance, the three-frequency concurrency still peaks at 11,000Mbps.
In terms of appearance, the GT-AX11000 Pro adopts a cool black shape, eight sturdy outdoor cables, and the size of the “Eye of the Prodigal” LOGO light is enlarged on the front, and still supports Aura RGB divine light synchronization.
The back interface has also been rearranged, providing 4 Gigabit LAN ports, 1 2.5G WAN/LAN port and a 10 Gigabit WAN/LAN port (white), in addition to 1 USB 3.2 Gen1 and a USB 2.0.
Other basic parameters include support for AiMesh and 4×4 MIMO.
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