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The Asus ROG Rapture GT-AXE11000: Asus First Wifi Router With Supports Of Next-gen Wi-Fi 6E Connections Speed Up to 2.5gb Per Sec

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The Asus ROG Rapture GT-AXE11000 is a tri-band gaming router that can send and receive signals in the newly opened 6GHz band.

At the beginning of the year 2020,  the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) made way for a new generation of Wi-Fi connections by voting to open up spectrum in the 6GHz band for unlicensed use and, at its Meta Buffs launch event, Asus is took advantage of the new refreshing Wi-Fi real estate, and announced the first router to support Wi-Fi 6E transmissions in that 6GHz band.

Specifically, it’s the company’s ROG Rapture GT-AXE11000, a high-end, tri-band gaming router that’ll hit stores this winter. Like the previous other routers before the Dog Rapture GT-AXE11000, the ROG Rapture comes with the new model features eight antennas in a modern, elegant design meant to appeal to gamers — but as the extra “E” in the model number suggests, it adds in support for Wi-Fi 6E.

The big benefit of support for Wi-Fi 6E is that it allows devices access to a massive swath of relatively untapped bandwidth in the 6GHz band. With 1,200MHz, which is more than twice as wide as the 5GHz band, thus it allows for a greater number of wider channels that can pass traffic faster and more efficiently and the 5GHz band.

Therefore, as it is since there isn’t any legacy Wi-Fi devices in that band, the ROG Rapture GT-AXE11000 serve as a semi-exclusive VIP section for the newest Wi-Fi gadgets equipped to take advantage. That means less interference and improved latency.

Also, at the beginning of thi Extreme Networks Director of Product Marketing Perry Correll, who sitsin between the IEEE 11ax and Wi-Fi Alliance Wi-Fi 6 task groups, explained that Wi-Fi 6E connections might be of particular interest to gamers on the cutting edge. 

Thus, “AR/VR and gaming is another great use case for the 6GHz band,” according to Correll, “Many don’t realize the high-end VR sets that require the most bandwidth are actually tethered with cables. With Wi-Fi 6E, you not only get more bandwidth but cleaner bandwidth — meaning it is able to wirelessly provide the higher data rates required along with true mobility.”

The device supports Wi-Fi 6E, and features an eye-catching, gamer-friendly design with colored accent lights.

Asus ROG Rapture GT-AXE11000

The GT-AXE11000 features a 4X4 Wi-Fi 6 connections, which supports a multi-gig LAN port for wired speeds of up to 2.5Gbps, it also allow users to aggregate two of the gigabit LAN ports together for combined speeds of up to 2Gbps, as well. I.e you combine the incoming speeds from two Ethernet WAN ports to achieve a much higher wireless speeds of up to 2Gbps. 

That’s not all the router also uses “the latest 6GHz power amplifier” to improve signal strength and coverage — a noteworthy inclusion, since signals won’t travel quite as far in the 6GHz band.

Beyond the Wi-Fi 6E support, the GT-AXE11000 is powered by a 1.8GHz, 64-bit CPU with 1GB of RAM.  

As at now the company is yet to reveal the actual date this magnificent device will be let out in the stock market or the price cost but report has it that it no later than winter hence before then the price might be announced.

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