Mesh routers are great if you’re looking to blanket your home in WiFi and could be a way to help speed up your internet if your part of the residence doesn’t have especially good coverage. Now, there are many mesh routers in the market today, but if you’d like to stay on top of things and keep yourself futureproofed, ASUS might have something for you.
The company has recently taken the packages off their recent mesh router method in the form of the ASUS ZenWiFi AX Mini. ASUS is no stranger to the mesh router game, but these mannequins are priced at $300 and is in favour of new WiFi 6 standard. This in theory means that the routers will support faster acquaintances, although how quickly your internet is will too depend on other factors, but on paper it should help squeeze out the most from your current internet.
The new ZenWiFi AX Mini too comes in at $300 representing it more inexpensive than the company’s ZenWiFi AX which is priced at $450. It also comes in a three-pack which means that it is cheaper than Google’s Nest WiFi which doesn’t support WiFi 6, although it does double up as a smart speaker so there’s that.
The downside to these routers is that there is no support for USB, meaning that you can’t really use it as some kind of pseudo home server setup or shadow storage where you can stream records from a USB drive to multiple inventions. There are, nonetheless, two gigabit LAN ports so you can use it cabled if you wish.
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