Asus Blue Cave dual band wireless router announced

Asus Blue Cave dual band wireless router announced

The company revealed the smart router at Computex 2017, which is now happening in Taipei. I'm unwilling to call it either an aperture or a cave, but I'm willing to be intrigued - which is apparently a sentiment shared by journalists at Asus' Computex event today, where my colleague Sam Byford reports they flocked to photograph and record this peculiar little box of Wi-Fi. The new Asus router also claims to support more devices simultaneously than most routers, without listing a number. The router can be controlled through a smartphone app, just like the Google OnHub Wi-Fi router.

Asus has launched Blue Cave, a new Wi-Fi router that looks completely unique in terms of aesthetics and design. Most of the people love to explore different types of videos online from YouTube, NetFlix and many other such places and this new Asus Blue Cave delivers smooth 4K UHD video streaming with lag-free gaming and much more.

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Additionally, Blue Cave uses Asus' AiProtection, a security program by Trend Micro to protect everything connected to the network from smartphones to IOT devices. It has the antennas on the upper part of the router and many have praised this change.

Usually, one would want to see antennas all around the router for better signals and speed, but ASUS says that the internal antenna design on the Blue Cave is able to produce faster speeds comparatively. The Trend Micro Smart Home Network-powered AiProtection solution is created to protect connected smart client, and this includes Internet of Things devices. One thing to note is that you can access the features provided by Blue Cave using a mobile device, including "Family Overview" to monitor and control each family member's app and internet usage. Engadget is reporting that it will launch for $180.

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