You might remember Asus’ ultra-thin RT-56U router that was introduced at CeBIT back in March. Now the router should be inching closer to being available at a store near you thanks to a visit to the FCC. A single image of this dual-band Gigabit Wireless-N device was put up by the FCC, giving you a rough idea of what to expect. The filing was done on October 11 and included a 45-day confidentiality agreement and some references to US sales, so we hope it won’t take too long for it to arrive here.
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