Asus unveils ROG Rapture GT6: First ROG Mesh WiFi System
ASUS has announced the ROG Rapture GT6, the first ROG-branded Mesh router, a wireless distributed network built specifically for gamers. This tri-band Wi-Fi 6 system delivers blazing-fast download speeds, low-latency gaming connections, dead-end network coverage, and robust security.
According to TechPowerup, the ROG Rapture GT6 features a sleek exterior design and is available in black and white. The surface has a prominent ROG logo, the antennas are placed inside the router, and the bevel has ventilation holes. At the same time, the router has ventilation grilles on the top and bottom, which are aligned with the internal radiator to achieve the ideal cooling effect.
The ROG Rapture GT6 can provide up to 10,000 Mbps of wireless network bandwidth, which is made up of two 4804 Mbps 5 GHz bands and a 574 Mbps 2.4 GHz band. With 9 built-in antennas and ASUS RangeBoost Plus technology, ROG Rapture GT6 can cover a range of up to 5,800 square feet (about 538 square meters). It comes with a 2.5 Gbps WAN port and LAN port for gamers’ wired connectivity needs. In addition, it also supports the game acceleration function, which can reduce lag and ping value, etc.
ASUS said that the ROG Rapture GT6 is very easy to use, and players can set up the network system in just three steps through the ASUS Router mobile app. You can monitor and change settings, even when you’re away from home.
The ROG Rapture GT6 will be available in North America first in the fourth quarter of this year, and the price is temporarily unknown.