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ROG Rapture GT-AX6000: Powerful new gaming router from Asus

ROG Rapture GT-AX6000

The Asus ROG Rapture GT-AX6000 is an extreme gaming router that the Asian company launches to the market to meet the high performance needs of gamers. An advanced device that promises extraordinary performance for entertainment and video games.

ROG Rapture GT-AX6000, three ways to speed up games

The Asus brand announces the launch of a new router for gamers . It is the Rapture GT-AX6000 reference . A peripheral that combines high-end performance and the exclusive design of ROG products .

Peripheral Features

The brand new router sports a spectacular design in which four large antennas stand out . With a black chassis , and an angled futuristic look , it enhances its presence with a few touches of lighting . In addition, the device boasts a family with the ROG logo and typography on the case.

ROG Rapture GT-AX6000 by Asus

Inside, this model has a SoC Broadcom of four cores at 2.00GHz combined with a chipset WiFi 6 high – end Broadcom . Thanks to this, the router reaches transfer speeds of up to 6000 Mbps . For this, it uses the 5 GHz band , with up to 4804 Mbps , together with the 2.4 GHz band with its 1148 Mbps .

More details of the product

The connectivity options of the device cable include two ports Ethernet of 2.5 Gbps ; four 1 Gbps ports ; access to a USB 3.2 and a USB 2.0 port . Note that the LAN-1 port is special, marked as Gaming Port by the manufacturer, whose task is to prioritize the performance of the consoles. For this, it offers higher speed, lower latency and connection stability.

In addition, through the mobile App , the user will be able to activate the Mobile Game Mode . An option that prioritizes wireless connectivity and reduces ping and latency for gaming. The company has not confirmed availability or price at the moment.

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