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ASUS RT-AC3200 (Ver: R2.35) Tri-Band Dual 5GHz

Tri-band @3200Mbps surprised
1 x 2.4GHz @600Mbps, 2 x 5GHz @1300Mbps
(total 3 bands ~AKA~ Tri-Band)
Broadcom BCM4709A0 DualCore CPU @1GHz, 128/256MB Flash/RAM size 
surprised

Unboxing & first view :

(View below in case the above YT video is blocked)

Product Photo

This is by far the biggest, heaviest and packed with incredible hardware spec I've ever seem so far, nice job ASUS cool

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The size and design is very similar to the RT-AC87U (as seem on the video above), slightly heavier, still maintain the stealth fighter design outlook, slightly different antenna design, also more holes with better ventilation at the back.

Information & reference :


Current latest firmware version is 3.0.0.1.378.4980

 ISP profile is ready as usual, I choose UniFi-Home for my current UniFi VIP20

 Tri-Band (1 x 2.4GHz, 2 x 5GHz) is what this device design for

 

Been using it for 10 days with more than a dozen various devices, so far no problem at all, IPTV, IPv6, DDNS & QoS all working laughing

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Tested this device MediaBridge with the EA-AC87, result is lower than I expect, seem similar throughput like the RT-AC68. This device is still new, firmware might need further tweaking ... 

 


18 Sep'2015 update: Wireless testing with some laptops & mobile devices HERE :


18 Sep'2015 update: Wireless Media Bridge Link testing with some of ASUS AC devices HERE :

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