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)

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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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