Asus EA-AC87 5 GHz Wireless-AC 1800 Media Bridge/ Access Point

Asus EA-AC87 5 GHz Wireless-AC 1800 Media Bridge/ Access Point
Discontinued
Key features
  • A fast data rate for smooth 4K video playback and lag-free PC and other devices online gaming
  • 4x4 MIMO design with AiRadar universal beamforming for unrivaled multi-device performance and wireless signal coverage
  • Media bridge mode connects any wired device to a wireless network
  • Access Point mode upgrades older routers
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Product Description

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ASUS proudly presents EA-AC87, the 4x4 Wireless-AC1800 2-in-1 media bridge and access point, featuring incredible faster-than-wired performance, enhanced coverage by 4-transmit, 4-receive antenna and MU-MIMO technology for multi-device performance, all in a stunningly designed device.

EA-AC87 is a super easy and convenient way to supercharge your existing wireless network and let your Ethernet devices to wireless!

World’s fastest 5 GHz data rate of 1734 Mbps for smooth 4K video playback and lag-free PC, Xbox One and PlayStation®4 online gaming.

4x4 MIMO design with AiRadar universal beamforming for unrivaled multi-device performance and wireless signal coverage up to 465 m2(around 5,000 ft2)1.

Media Bridge mode connects any wired device to a wireless network.

Access Point mode upgrades old routers to the latest-generation 5 GHz Wi-Fi.

5 GHz signal-quality indicators.

Specifications

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Product Description ASUS EA-AC87 - radio access point
Device Type Radio access point
Form Factor External
Data Link Protocol IEEE 802.11ac
Frequency Band 5 GHz
OS Required Linux, Apple MacOS X 10.1, Apple MacOS X 10.4 - 10.8, Microsoft Windows Vista / XP / 7 / 8 / 8.1
Dimensions (WxDxH) 16 cm x 16 cm x 4 cm
Weight 480 g

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