ASUS announced RT-AC3200, an AC3200-class tri-band wireless gigabit router that is engineered to overcome the Wi-Fi performance challenges of today’s multi-device households. It provides two concurrent three-stream (3×3) 802.11ac 5GHz networks plus a separate concurrent 802.11n 2.4GHz band, enhanced with Tri-Band Smart Connect technology to automatically maximize the performance of each connected device. RT-AC3200 also features ASUS AiRadar with universal beamforming, adaptive Quality of Service (QoS), AiProtection with exclusive Trend Micro security and the brand-new Traffic Analyzer. RT-AC3200 has outstanding performance and coverage, and is the ultimate choice for complex home networks with multiple devices using a mix of older and newer Wi-Fi standards.
ASUS RT-AC3200 has six detachable high-performance external antennas that power two concurrent 802.11ac 5GHz networks, each with a three-transmit, three-receive (3×3) antenna configuration. This innovative engineering gives RT-AC3200 blistering speeds of up to 1300Mbit/s (1.3Gbit/s) on each of the 5GHz frequency bands, for a combined total of 2600Mbit/s. Additionally, it uses Broadcom TurboQAM technology to boost 802.11n 2.4GHz performance from 450Mbit/s to 600Mbit/s with compatible devices such as ASUS PCE-AC68. This gives RT-AC3200 an incredible combined maximum concurrent data rate of up to 3200Mbit/s — more than three times the bandwidth of a wired Gigabit Ethernet network.
RT-AC3200 also uses AiRadar universal beamforming and ASUS-exclusive radio frequency (RF) fine-tuning to strengthen wireless connectivity and improve coverage, so users can enjoy stable and reliable connections.