ASUS AC1300 WiFi Router (RT-ACRH13) – Dual Band Gigabit Wireless Router, 4 GB Ports, USB 3.0 Port, Gaming & Streaming, Easy Setup, Parental Control, MU-MIMO


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  • 4 external 5dBi antennas for improved Wi Fi range and multi device performance; Connected devices must be 802.11ac compatible for best results
  • Effortless router setup with the ASUSWRT web based interface, Super Fast Wi Fi: Dual band 802.11ac Wi Fi with concurrent speeds up to 867Mbps (5GHz) and 400Mbps (2.4GHz)
  • Dual band AC1300 with the latest 2×2 MU MIMO technology for combined speeds of up to 1267 Mbps
  • Integrated USB 3.0 port allows you to share external drives/flash drives with your network; OS Support Windows 10, 8, 8.1, 7, Mac OS X 10.1, 10.4, 10.5, 10.6, 10.7, 10.8; Operation mode Wireless router mode, Access point mode
  • Monitor and manage your network with ease from your mobile device using the intuitive Router WiFi ASUS App
  • Encryption: 64 bit WEP, 128 bit WEP, WPA2 PSK, WPA PSK, WPA Enterprise , WPS support

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The product is multiple voltage compatible, that voltage arrange is 100-240V

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  1. 01

    by Randy Koch

    I’ve always been sceptical of 5 star reviews and now I’m finding myself writing one. The ASUS RT-ACRC13 Dual Band Gigabit 4-portis the most increditble piece of technology that I’ve purchased in a long, long time. For those who aren’t very tech savvy (I don’t consider myself as being an ace in this area either), only purchase this router if you have high speed internet service. It’s NOT in anyway for DSL customers, and a bit of a waste (although not entirely) for anyone whose speed is delivered at speeds below 248mbps to your home.AC Wireless technology is the newest generation of home wireless (the last was the N series technology) available. I originally bought it to replace the 4 port Netgear N600 router in a 2700 square foot 2 story house that I share with 3 other people. We had run direct connect ethernet cables from each of our bedrooms to the Netgear N600 downstairs (I had the same model Netgear Router in my room) and the other 3 housemates had their own personal routers. I had always used 2 of the ports on the Netgear in my room for my 2 laptops (1 personal and 1 for work) and could stream on my Netgear N600’s 5G wireless channel (couldn’t stream if the target device was more than 15 feet from that router)and we didn’t use the Netgear N600 wireless for the main router on the first floor at all. The location and technology simply wouldn’t allow us to do it. For that reason and because one of the ports had failed on the main router, I decided to go router shopping.I did research on the AC wireless advantages and after learning that 5G could provide whole house coverage, that this is ALSO a 4-port router and of course the price (can’t beat $69) I bouth the ASUS RT-ACRH13 router. To say that I was completely blown away, is an understatement.I first hooked it up on the first floor where my old Netgear N600 had been and tried the wireless connection on my phone. I wasn’t sure I was seeing things correctly when speed test showed consisted download speeds of 236mps and 12.6 mbps upload speeds. So I tried my Lenovo Thinkpads wireless-and still got download speeds for 220-235 mpbs. Knowing that any kind of access point provided better coverage when it was located in a location that is centrally located and as high up as you can get it, I had an idea…take the ethernet cable running to my room on the second floor, plug it in to the cable modem on the first floor and the ASUS RT-ACRH13 located above my door on the second floor and test the speed from that location.Again, I was flabbergasted. After a brief talk with my housemates, we retired our personal routers, removed all of ethernet lines, utilized the wireless capabilites on all of our devices and went totally wireless in the house on the 5G channel. After a month, all of us agree that this is the best thing we could have done for ourselves. We tested all 17 of our devices (4 smartphones, 3 TV-s streaming over Chromecast), 2 wireless printers, 3 tablets, 3 laptops and 1 MacBo

  2. 01

    by chanlon2

    This is going to be more of a technical review.. I’m an IT Director for my company so I deal with this type of equipment all the time. I picked up this device for my house and I was looking for a few features. I wanted Gigabit ports,fast WiFi, and not a massive device. I also didn’t want to spend a lot of money. So I landed on this device.I tested the Gigabit ports and 1 port wasn’t Gigabit. Port 2 only worked at 100.Ports 1, 3, and 4 are Gigabit ports and had a transfer rate of about 933 MBits/sec (Same as Cisco 3750G switch)Port 2 was doing about 95 MBits/secI tested the WiFi next. I disabled the 2.5G for a few reason. 1. I don’t need it and 2 for Security. I setup the device using WPA2 using the 5G only. I personally like the 5G best as the signal covers my house well and it’s the fastest..The fastest speed I got was 295 MBits/SecI would normally see about 200-250 MBits/SecAt 50 feet I was seeing about 110 MBits/Sec (Many walls away)I have no had any issues with this device. I stream all my TV services over the internet and this device steams them smoothly. The setup was pretty simple and some of the features are nice. I gave this device 4 stars because one of the parts didn’t work at the Gigabit speeds. I’m not sure if this was just an issue on my device or if all devices have this problem. I’m not going to waste my time sending it back for this small issue.I attached a few pictures. Picture 1 is the fastest WiFi I saw on the devicePicture 2 is the Gigabit port test

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