RT-AC1200G+ Dual Band Wireless Router from Asus 90IG0241-BFA000
ASUS RT-AC1200G+ Dual-band Wireless-AC1200 gigabit router with four high-gain antennas and high power technology delivers extremely long operating range. Its 802.11ac high-speed performance is perfect for streaming up to 4K Ultra HD videos, online gaming with support for latest gen consoles such as Xbox One and PlayStation® 4 and performing other bandwidth-intensive tasks. Multi-purpose USB 2.0 port allow printer, hard drive and 3G/4G sharing; while ASUS AiDisk support allows you to access, share, and stream files from your home PC to internet-connected devices.
Experience super-fast wireless speeds
Powered by the new Boradcom chipset, RT-AC1200G+ delivers superfast gigabit wireless-AC speeds up to 867 Mbps on the 5 GHz band that’s 3 times faster than standard wireless-N. This high performance wireless lets you enjoy ultra-smooth online gaming, snappier web surfing and other bandwidth-demanding tasks without a wired connection.
Extremely long operating range with high power technology
Longer operating range and stronger transmissions are perfect for larger homes and offices, delivered by two detachable high-gain antennas and an enhanced power amplifier. Alongside greater coverage, users benefit from fast 802.11ac wireless for every need.
AiRadar improves Wi-Fi performance
ASUS AiRadar intelligently strengthens wireless connectivity using 802.11ac technology, high power amplification, and exclusive ASUS RF fine-tuning. This ensures extended coverage, increases dynamic data speed, and enhances stability.
Dual-band connectivity for compatibility and performance
Delivering 2.4GHz and 5GHz concurrent bands at up to 300Mbps and 867Mbps, respectively, RT-AC1200G Plus has a total combined bandwidth of up to 1167Mbps. You can perform basic tasks like web browsing and file downloading on the 2.4GHz band, while simultaneously allowing multiple devices to stream in 4K UHD videos or support online gaming and other bandwidth-demanding applications smoothly on the clearer 5GHz band.
Add external storage, printers, and other devices to your network
Make RT-AC1200G+ your media and device center. With built-in USB 2.0 port, connect external storage drives, printers, scanners and many other USB-enabled devices to share with your networked PCs. Having your devices networked, lets you access them easier than ever before.
Easily select your preferred mode
RT-AC1200G+ with EZ Switch give the flexibility of simple router or access point mode selection. Router mode is the standard wireless and wired operation, while access point modes connect with wired routers to instantly add wireless capabilities.
Instantly select router and access point modes with extra-quick settings in the user-friendly interface. No delays and no hassles – whatever your situation, take your pick and get connected.
The web-based ASUSWRT graphical user interface gives you easy access to the 30-second, 3-step web-based installation process. It‘s also where you can configure all RT-AC1200G+’s advanced options. Learn more about ASUSWRT.
• With the virtual private network (VPN) server and VPN client, you can access your home network remotely or surf the internet with encryption, no need for paid VPN services or a dedicated VPN server.
• Store all your media in the attached USB storage and stream it wirelessly to any mobile device with AiPlayer — no more running out of space on your mobile.
• Advanced parental control helps you protect your children from Internet addiction. You can restrict the times that each device can access the internet by applying scheduled time limits.
• Play multimedia files stored from USB-attached storage on your router to a wide range of compatible devices such as PCs, tablets and smart TVs.
Keep Up to Date!
Remember to always keep your device’s firmware up to date so you can benefit from the very latest service and security enhancements — and get exciting new features! Features • 802.11ac and concurrent dual-band connectivity delivers up to 1167 Mbps data rate for smooth streaming 4K videos from Youtube and Netflix.
• 4 fixed 5dBi antennas and AiRadar beamforming technology strengthens wireless coverage.
• Multi-purpose USB 2.0 ports for 3G/4G, printer, file sharing and media streaming.
• Gigabit Ethernet ports for fast, reliable internet performance, especially UHD gaming and streaming.
• Set up time restriction & website filtering via parental control function to protect your children away from potential dangers.
• ASUSWRT dashboard UI enables 30-sec easy setup with robust network monitoring and control.
|Number of WAN Connections|
|Number of LAN Connections|
|Wireless Speed||1200 (300+867) Mbps|
|Wireless Band||Dual Band|
|Aprox Wireless Range (m)||N/A|
|Wireless Transmitter Power||N/A|
|Antenna||External 5 dBi antenna x4|
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