Asus Dual-Band AC3100 4x4 Wireless PCIe Adapter PCE-AC88
Enjoy 60% faster Wi-Fi on your desktop
NitroQAM™ (1024-QAM) technology gives PCE-AC88 Wi-Fi speeds of up to 2100Mbps (5GHz) and 1000Mbps (2.4GHz), so you can enjoy smooth streaming and low-latency online gaming on your desktop PC.
Unrivaled Wi-Fi reception with the first ever 4x4 adapter
With a four-transmit, four-receive (4x4) antenna design, Wi-Fi range and signal stability are improved dramatically for faster, clearer and stronger Wi-Fi. PCE-AC88 pushes your desktop’s Wi-Fi reception to higher level, and allows you to unlock the full potential of your 4x4 router!
Flexible antenna placement
PCE-AC88 includes extension cables for its detachable antennas, plus a magnetized antenna base that can be attached to any suitable surface – horizontal or vertical. This makes it incredibly easy to find the best antenna location for optimum signal quality.
Custom heatsink for best stability
The stylish, customized heatsink is crafted for non-stop operation, giving you improved stability and reliability for connections when running bandwidth-intensive network tasks in hot environments. Features • Instantly upgrade your desktop to dual-band 4x4 AC3100 Wi-Fi with speeds up to 2100Mbps (5GHz band) and 1000Mbps (2.4GHz band).
• 60% faster Wi-Fi with better coverage than 3x3 AC adapters.
• External magnetic antenna base allows flexible antenna placement for the best reception.
• Custom heatsink ensures non-stop operation for improved stability and reliability.
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