Asustek has unveiled its new Wi-Fi 6 wireless routing, the TUF Gaming AX3000 V2. Officially, the 2.4ghz top speed is 574Mbps, and the 5GHz band can reach 2402Mbps.
The appearance adopts black and yellow color, with 4 exposed antennas, and the internal use of multi-layer heat sink and air channel planning to reduce temperature.
In terms of interfaces, it provides a 2.5g WAN port and four gigabit LAN ports, supporting two-port aggregation equivalent to 2Gbps. More conscience is, also provides a USB 3.2 Gen1 interface, external storage devices, network printers and so on.
In terms of core hardware, the processor is 1.7ghz with four cores, 512MB RAM and 256MB flash memory, so you don’t have to worry about running speed or future swiping.
As for other aspects, it support AIMesh interconnection, 160MHz bandwidth, WPA3, OFDMA technology, etc.
Unfortunately, there is no official price yet, but since it’s TUF Gaming and not ROG, it’s likely to be affordable and durable.