In our 30-days stint with ASUS RT-N14U, ASUS DSL-N55U and ASUS RT-N12HP, we’ve covered their Introduction, preview and unboxing, their setup and configuration and their in-depth features and administrative options in detail and we’ve been pretty impressed with what these devices have to offer in the networking segment. There was one big feature we left out in our previous articles which was about ASUS AiCloud. Well for starters, ASUS AiCloud is ASUS’s home brewn cloud service that offers a lot of sharing, syncing and controlling options to users in the palm of their hand by making use of a mobile application for smartphones.
In an age where wireless technology rules the roost, we need to use good networking devices to experience this technology in a better way. ASUS has had some impressive products in it portfolio of networking devices and we tested some of them previously and were happy with the performance and features of most of their devices.
So far in our 30 days with ASUS routers campaign, we have done an article on Introduction and Unboxing of these routers, we’ve also done a setup and configuration article along with a video for the same too. Now we’ll be looking at the administrative panel and the features incorporated in it for each of the three routers
The shift towards wireless technology has long been made, but there are better ways to experience this technology by using feature rich networking devices. Today we have with us the ASUS RT-N14U, ASUS DSL-N55U and RT-N12HP. We’ll setup and configure each of these products and see how they fare in the coming weeks, so let’s get started.
We’ve done an Unboxing, Preview and Introduction article of all these routers previously.
The march towards making this world as much wireless as possible is going on in full swing and we’ve witnessed this very thing because of the increasingly rising number of wireless networking products in the market. ASUS as one of the known manufacturers in this stream is no different, as they’ve sent us three wireless products from their arsenal of networking devices. We’ll be doing a coverage on all the three devices in a series of articles starting today. So without waiting more, let’s check out these devices and see what they have in store for us.