Asus has just rolled out its RT-N16 Wireless-N Gigabit router that is tipped to offer up to 300Mbps maximum wireless throughput speeds, and this is a figure we’ll never get to see in real life usage unless the land you’re living in is called Utopia. The RT-N16 comes with more video memory than the computers in the mid-1990s, carrying 128MB of video memory while boasting an advanced CPU which is touted to offer right times the performance in benchmark tests compared to similar products. Be it smooth file transfers and downloads, video streaming, wireless gaming and VoIP calls, the Asus RT-N16 is said to handle all of those with aplomb. Features include a couple of USB ports for easy file transfer, Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) security and an easier visual interface.
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