300% More Range With Asus’s Extra Long Router Antennas

  • Can support up to 4 WiFi networks
  • Easy toggle
  • Separate signal amplifier 

Asus has rolled out its new RT-N12HP router, one that that has some super long high-gain, 9dBi antennas and a separate signal amplifier that the company boasts has 300% more range versus challengers that reach the same 300Mbps peak spe

  • Can support up to 4 WiFi networks
  • Easy toggle
  • Separate signal amplifier 

Asus has rolled out its new RT-N12HP router, one that that has some super long high-gain, 9dBi antennas and a separate signal amplifier that the company boasts has 300% more range versus challengers that reach the same 300Mbps peak speed. 

Asus also claims that the hotspot can support as many as four separate WiFi networks. Each network's access privileges and bandwidth quota can be controlled due to the dynamic bandwidth allocation.

This means the primary network can operate alongside guest networks while experiencing minimal slowdown. 

It has a flexible switch allowing you to toggle between router, access point, and range extender. Users can select standard router usage, access point mode (adding Wi-Fi to an existing wired-only modem/router), or range extender mode, where the RT-N12HP works in conjunction with another wireless router to expand coverage even further.

Country availability has yet to be announced.

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