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ASUS RT-AX82U 5400 Dual Band + Wi-Fi 6 Gaming Router, PS5 Compatible, up to 2000 sq ft & 30+ devices, Mobile Game Mode, ASUS AURA RGB, Lifetime…

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ASUS RT-AX82U 5400 Dual Band + Wi-Fi 6 Gaming Router, PS5 Compatible, up to 2000 sq ft & 30+ devices, Mobile Game Mode, ASUS AURA RGB, Lifetime…
ASUS RT-AX82U 5400 Dual Band + Wi-Fi 6 Gaming Router, PS5 Compatible, up to 2000 sq ft & 30+ devices, Mobile Game Mode, ASUS AURA RGB, Lifetime…

Description

  • New-generation WiFi 6 – Enjoy ultrafast speeds up to 5400 Mbps with the latest WiFi 6 (802.11ax) and 160MHz channels
  • Mobile Game Mode – Minimize lag and latency for mobile gaming with just a tap on the ASUS Router app
  • Choose your lighting vibe – Feature ASUS Aura RGB lighting effects that you can choose from a variety of lighting effects and customize lighting to align with specific modes.
  • ASUS AiMesh support – Create a flexible, seamless whole-home mesh network with AiMesh-compatible routers
  • Commercial-grade home network security – Lifetime free ASUS AiProtection Pro, powered by Trend Micro, with WPA3 and advanced Parental Controls to protect your home

Additional information

Specification: ASUS RT-AX82U 5400 Dual Band + Wi-Fi 6 Gaming Router, PS5 Compatible, up to 2000 sq ft & 30+ devices, Mobile Game Mode, ASUS AURA RGB, Lifetime…

Product Dimensions

18.44 x 27.55 x 16.5 cm, 740 Grams

Date First Available

3 July 2020

Manufacturer

Item model number

RT-AX82U

Country of origin

China

Reviews (3)

3 reviews for ASUS RT-AX82U 5400 Dual Band + Wi-Fi 6 Gaming Router, PS5 Compatible, up to 2000 sq ft & 30+ devices, Mobile Game Mode, ASUS AURA RGB, Lifetime…

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  1. Alex

    So here is just a few words on my experience so far with this router. I’ve recently had Virgin Internet installed, specifically the 500 meg package which is the fastest download speeds in my area. However the router included with the service is shockingly bad (super hub 3). Yes I was getting 500 meg over wired connection, but even stood 1 meter away from the router I was only getting 140mb download speeds over WiFI even on 5GHz. Heading upstairs I was getting about 90mb on average. After speaking to Virgin and wasting my time I hit the forums. The main suggestion was switch the virgin router to modem mode and buy your own router. After taking that advice and a week of browsing I settled on this one as it was new to the market and had WiFi 6. Well I’m so glad I did, the speed test on the picture I included was over WiFi on my WiFi 6 capable PC. But the PC is actually upstairs so I’m getting 500mb download speeds over WiFi upstairs which is brilliant. On my phone I’m now getting an…

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  2. R K

    After getting countless wireless connection drops while working from home, I got frustrated and decided to purchase a high-end router. After setting up the ASUS router and using it for more than a week I have no connection issues and the wireless speed improved significantly. I used to get connection drops with the 5GHz network when using the Superhub, even when the router was in the next room, but now I get the full 200Mbps speed with the new router! Also, when using the Superhub my work laptop’s connection seemed to drop often due to using a VPN (not quite sure why) but now I have zero connection drops.

    For Virgin Media users to set up your new router: type 192.168.0.1 to your browser and switch your Superhub to modem mode. (After you switch to modem mode, you will have to connect to 192.168.100.1 to go back to the Superhub setting). Connect an Ethernet cable to the WLAN port on the Asus router from the Superhub and set up your router. Make sure to reboot your Superhub after your…

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  3. Meow!

    RT-AX82U AX5400 Dual Band WiFi 6 Gaming Router

    Router arrives boxed with a network cable to connect to a modem, a manual, and a power block. The aerials are fixed so nothing to do there. The power block is very small so I assume the router uses very little power. Oddly the power block is in several pieces and you have to add the correct plug unit for your country. There are two, one is the UK, I suppose the other is European.

    I have to say that the router is not particularly impressive to look at. It certainly does not look like the money it cost. I refrain from saying “cheap” but yeah, not expensive for sure! It’s also ( well at least to me ) surprisingly small and light. But, in a darkened room and the LEDs on it looks amazing! Reminds me of the heads of the machines in War of the World. Creepy stuff!

    The user interface is good, and if you have had an Asus router before you will be 100% familiar with it. There really isn’t a lot of difference with this router and any other Asus…

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