[Computex 2017] There are many WiFi routers available in the market today, but it seems that ASUS has decided that they should come up with something a little more unique in terms of design and features, and have since taken the wraps off their latest WiFi router in the form of the ASUS Blue Cave.
As you can see in the photo above, the Blue Cave router is rather uniquely designed as it has a hole in the middle of it. However this hole exists for more than just aesthetic reasons as it basically helps provide a gap and separation between the top of the router where the antennas are housed, and the bottom where the motherboard of the router is kept.
ASUS is claiming that the router will be able to achieve speeds that will allow for 4K video and file sharing, and it also seems to be a rather “smart” router as it supports both IFTTT and Amazon’s Alexa, so you’ll be able to get it to do things that most routers won’t be able to do, thus turning it into more than just a device that connects your devices to the internet wirelessly.
The router will also boast AiProtection by Trend Micro which supposedly helps keep your connected devices safe from hackers. There will be an accompanying app that lets admins check on data usage and control certain settings. The ASUS Blue Cave is priced at $180 but no word on a release date yet.