ASUS USB-AX56 Dual Band AX1800 USB WiFi Adapter
ASUS USB-AX56 AX1800 USB WiFi Adapter, 1775 (574+1201)Mbps, Dual Band, 802.11a/b/g/n/ac/ax, with MU-MIMO support
By DPD On 29th Oct
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USB-AX56 Dual Band AX1800 USB WiFi Adapter from ASUS
Instant Upgrade to WiFi 6 The WiFi 6 standard delivers efficient connectivity that meets the demands of the growing number of connected personal and IoT devices. The USB-AX56 USB adapter gives your laptop or PC an instant plug-and-play upgrade to WiFi 6.
Ultrafast WiFi Speed
1.5x FASTERUSB-AX56 is a 2x2 dual-band WiFi 6 client that lets you take full advantage of WiFi 6 routers. It offers a total wireless bandwidth of up to 1800 Mbps — 574 Mbps on the 2.4 GHz band and 1201 Mbps on the 5 GHz band. That makes USB-AX56 up to 1.5X faster than a WiFi 5 client!
Amazing Connectivity Features
4X More Efficient ConnectionsOFDMA and MU-MIMO greatly increase connection efficiency, giving improved network capacity.*
*A WiFi 6-compatible router is required to enjoy all the benefits of the WiFi 6 standard.
80% Longer RangeOFDMA divides frequency channels into smaller sub-channels, which means they can travel further.**
**Refers to uplink OFDMA performance
7X Better Power SavingsTarget Wake Time allows devices to sleep when they are not active, reducing power consumption.***
***Compared to WiFi 5. Power savings vary according to the scenario
Beamforming Boosts WiFi Range
CONNECT ANYWHEREWith beamforming, your router can locate USB-AX56 in order to direct a stronger signal in the direction of your device. Beamforming improves signal strength and hence gives the device better range.
Enhanced WPA3 Network Security
SECURE YOUR DATAThe successor to the well-established WPA2 protocol, WPA3 adds new features that simplify WiFi security, while making your connections much more secure.
use on any deviceUSB-AX56 can be plugged easily into laptops or PCs with a USB port to give it full WiFi 6 speed capabilities. USB-AX56 supports a wide variety of operating systems, including Windows 10/8.1/8/7 and Linux, making it the perfect choice for any laptop or PC.
|Data Transfer Speed||(2.4GHz) : up to 574 Mbps - (5GHz) : up to 1201 Mbps|
|Antenna||Dual External Antenna|
|OS Support||Windows 10|
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