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Thursday, February 20, 2020
By: Rob F
By far the best WiFi coverage ever in a router. Lots of different setting, and modes to choose from. One of the few routers that still does Mac Address filtering from network security. the WIFI coverage again is the best I have ever seen in a router ever. Even at 2 bars you'll still get max speed, keep in mind your hardware needs to support AX otherwise don't bother.
This router is massive. it takes up a lot of space, but is worth it in my opinion. Some of the features I like to use are only available on the app, and not on the actual login platform. to me this seems stupid.
I have been buying routers pretty much every year to find the best wifi distance possible. For the past years, I have not found anything that can seem to cover the whole house. Been through mesh systems, pretty much every brand, and a few I have never heard of in search of a router with good coverage. Finally this one does everything I have ever wanted. It only took the industry 15 years to get this right!
Wednesday, February 12, 2020
By: Sterling M
I bought with the ROG GT-AX11000 about a month ago. I love it. Between the better hardware in the machine over my old Google Mesh and WiFi 6 I've seen all of my home media and office issues disappear. We are a young family with 3-4 devices that can stream HD/4K at any time, often all at the same time, and we were having issues with stalled video when other devices would jump on the network. I'd also lose my work VPN which was unacceptable. Good WiFi 6 routers are a step ahead even if the standard isn't fully implemented yet. Most reviewers who have done home or small office tests over time have noticed the day to day WiFi frustrations disappear with these WiFi 6 devices.
As with all the ROG routers this thing is big and ostentatious. Mine is hidden away but if you have your router in the living room this is definitely going to stick out. Paying $500 for a router was a bit painful as well. Also, from time to time, we have seen weird issues in the Asus software on the router. The router will report that it has lost it's internet connection while all devices are streaming content just fine. I've also heard of other issues in the software from friends if you let the router pick which band to assign a device to, we set all of ours manually. Hopefully updates will get rid of these hiccups but as of yet they are just weird and not causing us any issues with WiFi speeds or strength.
If you are going to spend the bank on a top flight router this is the way to go. Don't waste your money on $400 WiFi 5 (AC) dual band routers when the tri-band WiFi 6 routers are now available.