ASUS Dual-Band AC1900 USB Wi-Fi Adapter USB-AC68
Boost your PC with up to 300% faster Wi-Fi
ASUS USB-AC68 gives your PC a wireless boost of up to 33% on the 2.4GHz band and an amazing 300% on the 5GHz band1 (compared with an 802.11n 3T3R adapter). With a combined data rate of up to 1900Mbps, your desktop or laptop will be able to handle bandwidth-intensive tasks easily.
Upgrade your PC’s Wi-Fi — instantly!
ASUS USB-AC68 gives your laptop or desktop outstanding signal coverage thanks to its powerful 3x4 MIMO design with dual 3-position external antennas and ASUS AiRadar beamforming. Enjoy full Wi-Fi bandwidth throughout your home without messy setups.
Full speed ahead with USB 3.0!
The USB 3.0 interface allows USB-AC68 to pair with notebooks and desktops with performance that’s up to 10X faster than USB 2.0. This gives USB-AC68 more than enough bandwidth to fully support 802.11ac Wi-Fi speeds, so you take full advantage of the latest Wi-Fi standard.
Easy to position for the best reception.
USB-AC68 includes a desktop cradle that makes it easy to place it in the best position for good reception in troublesome Wi-Fi areas. Features • Instantly upgrade your PC or laptop to dual-band AC1900 Wi-Fi!.
• Powerful 3x4 MIMO design with dual 3-position external antennas and ASUS AiRadar beamforming for outstanding Wi-Fi reception.
• USB 3.0 interface for up to 10X-faster data-transfer speeds.
• Includes cradle for flexible positioning to achieve the very best performance.
|Data Transfer Speed||1900 Mbps|
|Antenna||Dual External Antenna|
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- 24 months
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