ASUS Announces RT-AC1200 HP AC1200 Dual-Band Wireless Router

Posted by News Room On Wednesday, September 16, 2015 0 comments
ASUS announced RT-AC1200 HP in India, Dual-band Wireless-AC1200  router with Dual WAN ports for load balancing & fail-over for an always-on connection. Its USB port is designed for printer networking, storage sharing, and 3G/4G connections. And its AiCloud app enables you to access, sync, share and stream your files on the go –quickly and easily.
Load Balance can increase your internet bandwidth. If you have two internet connections ( from DSL, cable or 3G/4G wireless adapter ), you can load balance them to provide more bandwidth to the devices on your home or office network. This can be very useful for downloading torrents and playing online games at the same time. Fail over can provide backup internet connectivity. If the primary internet connection goes offline, the second connection automatically takes over the control of the network. This can make sure your transmission is always on connection status and good for playing online game. With built-in USB port, connect external storage, printers, and other devices to RT-AC1200HP and share them throughout your network at once.
ASUS AiCloud keeps you close to your data wherever and whenever you have an internet connection. It links your home network and online storage service, giving you access to your files using the AiCloud mobile app on your iOS, Android smartphones or via a personalized browser URL. You can share photos instantly to services like Facebook, Flickr or Dropbox directly from the AiCloud interface. Even better, AiCloud can be connected to another compatible router to expand your personal cloud even further.
Download Master and enhanced media server let you download and play multimedia files stored on router-attached USB storage on a wide range of compatible devices such as PC, pad, PS3, Xbox, and smart TV. Download Master can also download files while your PC is turned off, and allows you to manage and monitor download status remotely.


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