ASUS USB AC68U – Dual Band AC1900 Wireless USB Adapter | Review


The USB AC68U Dual Band Wireless Adapter is the latest edition of USB series in ASUS’s networking family. According to ASUS’s official product website, the adapter supports 600 Mbps over 2.4 GHz wireless bands and 1.3 Gbps over 5 GHz wireless bands.


Before Unboxing

The box comes with pretty standard design and placement of details. Mind you, the unit I get to be reviewed, is not the unit from the retail store, it is a demo unit.


After Unboxing

Now, let’s look at the items that comes with the wireless adapter.

The item that comes with the wireless adapter.

As usual, you will receive the main item along with a setup guide, warranty member card and a setup CD.


The specifications of USB AC68U are as follows:


As for my remarks here, I personally feel that, this adapter comes with a pretty decent hardware features. No complains about it. For such pricey adapter, well, it is acceptable thou.


In order to use this wireless adapter, first, go to ASUS’s official product page, select your current operating system, and the list of available drivers will be available for the newest to the oldest. Select the latest driver and download it.

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Next, extract the zip file. I would personally recommend 7-zip tool for their stable and best compressing with the highest ratio at the moment.

The setup software.

Once the download was complete, then, kindly proceed to install it and by the end of the setup, you’ll be prompted to reboot your PC / Laptop in order to complete the setup.

Last but not least, once your PC / Laptop successfully rebooted, then, you can connect to your home wireless network.

It is highly advisable to plug the wireless adapter to your PC’s USB 3.0 ports instead of 2.0 port as, you can’t fully utilize the speed through wireless although you’re having a beast wireless adapter.” ~ Arun.

The USB adapter comes with 3.0 USB cable along with the extended dock to place the adapter at the top of your desktop or PC.


Next, let’s see the adapter along with its extended dock.


The USB extended dock comes with a short cable length and, the cable seems to be stiff. The correct placement of the adapter dock along with wireless adapter will give the best wireless experience.


Since the adapter comes with 3×4 MIMO along, hence, the performance from it is decent. I’ve attached a quick speedtest, mind you, the obtained result was the best result I pick to be featured here.

Wireless Band Analysis

The distance between the client (PC) is 8 meters away from the main router.

Iperf3 Test

Below is the iperf3 test conducted from my old PC. Do note that, the actual adapter can support up to 900Mbps via 5GHz.

usb adapter



  1. Comes with USB 3.0 w/ faster transfer rate.
  2. Easy to setup (straightforward setup).
  3. MU-MIMO Compatible.
  4. Stable.
  5. Frequent driver update.


  1. Expensive since it an AC1900 Adapter.


In a nutshell, pricing on the price of RM 450 in Malaysia currently, I feel, this USB adapter suits well for people who craving for wireless speed despite of having the existing device limitation that preventing from utilizing such speed.


In addition, I have a bad experience from past cheap wireless adapters from different manufactures such as instability, frequent disconnection and slow internet speed. By using the USB AC68U, I didn’t feel such feelings like in the past, instead, I have a good experience with this adapter.


Thirdly, based on the testing, the adapter seems can support up to 900Mbps, according to iperf3 test in general, as, if and only if, the adapter was plugged to the right USB type, in this case, USB 3.0 port.

Lastly, for the respective individuals who wish to opt out the physical connection to replace it with wireless, then, the USB AC68U is the answer to your cravings.

My recommendation of ASUS USB AC68: 8.5/10



ASUS RT-AC58U Dual Band AC1300 Wireless Router for UniFi 30, 100 & 300Mbps | Review


The AC58U is a mid-range level of ASUS router lineup specially made for high bandwidth subscribers. Despite for its look, the router shares the similar design along with AC1200G+ and AC1300UHP.

Image courtesy: ASUS AC58U.

Despite of having shorter antennas compared to its elder brother, this router suitable for large houses for its great wireless coverage.

Image courtesy: ASUS AC58U.

Nowadays, all ASUS routers are supported by the ASUS’s famous router app, where, you can actually monitor the real-time activity that happens in your network as well, for the purpose of security and monitor your family’s browsing activity.

Now, let’s move into the main agenda here. Shall we?


Before Unboxing

The box shares the similar design just like other ASUS routers.

The router wrapped in a good quality plastic. The necessary accessories were stored under the allocated space in the box.

After Unboxing

These are the standard accessories that come with the router.


The accessories that come with the router are, the router, a power adapter, a member card, a CD, a guide brochure and a Cat5e Ethernet Cable (not present in the picture).

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The router provides a single WAN Gigabit port, four Gigabit LAN port, a WPS button, an AC in port, power button and a reset button.

This router doesn’t come with a USB 2.0 port, to remind you, but, it does have a faster USB 3.0 port located at the front left of the router.


The specifications of the AC58U are as follows:

The specification of AC58U.


It is highly recommended to pick a router that comes with 256MiB of RAM and above.


The setting up of the router are pretty straight-forward and easy to cope up by the novice users. This router does support UniFi, Maxis and TIME as well. The setting up process on this router for both UniFi users and TIME users might be similar, but differs for Maxis users.

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The router offers pretty standard feature as most ASUS’s low end routers. But, for 300 Mbps users, the features offered in this router is sufficient for normal use.

Although this router in the entry level of the mid-end routers from ASUS, this router lacks feature as ASUS’s most famous feature, AiProtection. However, this router does support OpenVPN as well. The only drawbacks is, this router does not support Asus Merlin firmware.


I’ve used Dintek’s Cat 6 Ethernet cable to conduct the test for better accuracy than conventional Cat5e brand cable.” ~ Arun.

Since I am using 800Mbps package from UniFi currently, I’ve included the wired test as well to give the readers an outlook of the performance in wired as well for high bandwidth subscribers.

The images below shows three “best” result conducted via LAN connection:


Currently, I am not able to provide a detailed real live download test (via IDM), as, the current package (800 Mbps), unstable. I was informed by the TM staff, that, the turbo upgrade still in the pilot testing phase. However, if you wish to test your download speed (if and only if you’ve received your turbo upgrade), kindly visit to this website.


For a better result, it is highly advisable to use physical connection (LAN connection) to get a solid result.” ~ Arun.

Wireless Settings

These are my recommended settings I am using after I received my turbo upgrade.

Before we move deeper into the wireless test conducted for wireless, do note that, your client (device) should be capable of transmit/receive the streams of/from the router. An example of the direct test conducted via my smartphone.

Once the testing of my smartphone was completed, I put my ROG G752VT to a test. Below, is the outcome of my test conducted from my laptop.

Based on the wireless test done from my laptop, I with its 2×2 antenna, I can definitely utilize fully the 300 Mbps (if I am 300Mbps subscriber) via wireless. Most new generation laptops come with minimum 2×2 and above as the wireless standards are increasing day by day.

Since the 800 Mbps is not stable currently, I’ve to skip the wireless performance part, throughout my house and give the best three results obtained from the wireless test.” ~ Arun.

Iperf Test

iperf3From the iperf3 test above, I can get over 200 Mbits/s over 5GHz wireless connection, by which, I feel decent enough for this router price range.


After three consecutive wireless connection test, it seems, what ASUS claimed is true, by default, this router able to support up until 400 Mbps through LAN and wireless as well. Since we don’t have any ISP’s offering 400Mbps in Malaysia currently, so, I will stick with 300 Mbps instead. I’m getting over 400Mbps currently via this router, although, at some point, the speed-test result is not stable generally. I will summarize the points in detail in the Chapter 9: Conclusion.

A router’s true capability can be seen based on higher bandwidth” ~ Arun.



  1. MU-MIMO router.
  2. Decent offered features.
  3. Suitable for UniFi 30, 100, 300 and 500Mbps users.
  4. USB 3.0 ports (Fast read & write speed).
  5. Receives monthly patch (updates).
  6. Excellent RAM capacity (Good for heavy streamers and torrenters).
  7. Excellent wireless coverage (Suitable for large houses).
  8. Suitable for existing devices (my assumptions) to fully utilize the 300Mbps bandwidth via wireless.
  9. Router does not overheat.
  10. Able to support 20 and more clients at one time.


  1. No AiMesh (in future, all ASUS router will support AiMesh).
  2. In order to use the MU-MIMO feature, the client should support it as well (huge disadvantage).
  3. Not suitable for UniFi 800Mbps users (for those rely on wireless than LAN).
  4. Non-detachable antennas.


Now, allow me to conclude this router in a nutshell.


The AC58U is an entry level of the mid – end router from ASUS router lineup. Pricing at the price of RM415 in Jayacom (as far as I concern), this router does the job thrown at it. I, personally, didn’t face any disconnection at all, and the router handles it like a piece of cake when torrenting heavily. Mind you, I don’t have an MU-MIMO client device to test the MU-MIMO feature of this router.

Secondly, based on the wireless test, my client (device) able to support up to over 300Mbps wirelessly, especially in 5 GHz band. For 2.4 GHz band, the result may differ from the 5 GHz outcome.


Next, in order to use the full bandwidth from this router in terms of wireless, your client (device) should be capable to receive & transmit the data according to the router’s MIMO type. It is highly advisable to stick around 2X2 or 3X3 MIMO of your client if and only if you’re a 300Mbps user. Higher internet bandwidth users are highly advisable to move to 3X3 or more. Apparently, the only wireless client that able to support up to 1 Gbps via wireless is ASUS PCE-AC88 Wireless Adapter.

Last but not least, if you’re an 500 Mbps or 800 Mbps (fastest internet package offered in Malaysia currently), this router not for you, as, you can opt for ASUS AC68U (Highly recommended for 500Mbps user and AC86U and above for 800Mbps users. As for 30 Mbps to 300 Mbps users, this router, definitely made for you to have a good internet browsing / streaming experience.

My rating for this router for 300Mbps users: 8 / 10


Experience of using UniFi Pro (100 Mbps) vs UniFi Turbo (800 Mbps) ft. ASUS AC68U

Recently, Telekom Malaysia had come up with a news indicating that, all the existing UniFi subscribers will get turbo’ed (x10) and Streamyx subscribers will get their existing speed doubled. However, things that needed to be considered is, if you’re in the VDSL structure, I am afraid, your account won’t be upgraded.

I received my turbo upgrade on 4th September 2018. I didn’t get any SMS or email regarding the completion of my order. I confirmed that my speed has been upgraded manually via care@unifi (for Apple users, you can get the app via Apps Store under the same name, care@unifi) app.

I am going to share my experience of using both packages (events) today.


Below are my speedtest result of the type of interface used to carry out the test.

Interface Type: LAN – Physical Connection (Cat6 Dintek Cable)

Analysis of the result:

From the above result, it is clearly known that, I able to fully get the speed’s I’ve subscribed for. Using this package especially in crowded areas (residential), I able to fully utilize the speed even during the peak hours, which is good for me.

A speedtest result has to be carried out, it is highly recommended that, to use a physical connection (LAN) for the best result” ~ Legends.

Interface Type: Wireless

Analysis of the result:

I’ve used my smartphone to conduct the test, and, I able to get full speed via wireless especially using the 5GHz wireless band. However, for 2.4GHz band, the speed does fluctuate and inconsistent. The highest reading I get via the 2.4GHz is ~100Mbps/~48Mbps.


Using the package for not even one year, I don’t have any issues with it. Torrenting process seems good with decent speeds, surfing through overseas websites and downloading from overseas server gives good speed as well.

In conclusion, I feel satisfied with this package and, perhaps, I am one of the happy user of this package despite of paying RM229 for this package.


Interface Type: LAN – Physical Connection (Cat6 Dintek Cable)

Analysis of the result:

Initially, I was informed by other users that, they couldn’t achieve full speed of 800Mbps via the speedtest due to, their fiber lines unstable or their device limitation. During conduct this test, I’ve used my 4 years old PC. Based on the result, it seems, despite being an old PC, I still able to get full subscribed speed.

Interface Type: Wireless

Device type: ASUS ROG G752VT

Device type: iPhone 7 Plus

Analysis of the result:

Based on the result above, the test conducted via the 5 GHz wireless band, I only able to get half of the subscribed speed. I will explain why it happens so, soon, with another post.

My laptop using latest adapter from Intel® Wireless 7200 Series.

From the above image, it is clearly shown that, my laptop does prevent me from experience the full speed of the bandwidth. This is what is meant by device limitations. Look at the bottom image for further clarifications.

Misc Information:

Different Wi-Fi Protocols and Data Rates. ~ Source.

In general, the above image shows the data rates for 802.11ac wave 1. Some users might not get the subscribed speed as your device may be the culprit (device limitations).

However, for 802.11ac wave 2, the maximum rate differs from the wave 1.

Different Wi-Fi Protocols and Data Rates. ~ Source.


As a conclusion, when you subscribed to higher bandwidth, it is highly recommended to use a physical connection rather than wireless, as, you’ll have to invest money to buy the suitable adapter or, upgrade your device to a newer device. The stock supplied ISP routers were meant to perform well via wired, but via wireless, it will give you a decent or below average speed depends on the manufacturer of the router or your wireless LAN provider.

If you wish to upgrade your existing wireless router, then, you can refer here.


  1. During using UniFi Pro package, do you face any downtime?
    No. I don’t face any downtime using this package, perhaps due to, using a third party wireless router.
  2. During a gaming session, do you experience high ping?
    Partially. The ping results was inconsistent, and the most lowest, I get around ~50ms.
  3. Do you use stock router or third party router?
    No. Initially, I was supplied with TP-LINK Archer C1200v1, but, the router seems to be having problem with its firmware despite of having an awesome hardware build on it.
  4. How was the experience using VPN?
    So far, I am experiencing decent speed from my VPN provider, BolehVPN.
  5. How much you’re paying before and after UniFi Pro ~ UniFi Turbo?
    RM229 + Varnam Pack + Free Call.

Telekom Malaysia should revise the plans of fiber broadband packages, as, some people are paying less and some people were paying more, this can cause rage among the users of this fiber provider” ~ Arun.

INNATECH RGX4400 Wireless Dual Band AC1200 from UniFi (2014 – 2016), Is it good or bad?


This is the first AC router ever supplied by TM for the end users. It is a newer version of RG4332 Wireless Router. Although it shares the same appearance as the BTU supplied by TM, the built quality of this router actually good and solid compared to the BTU supplied by TM.

However, this router is really good? Else, there is a special thread dedicated for this router in

To seek for the truth, I actually surveyed for this router and get a deal with a gentleman to obtain a new unit for RM30 from him. Once I received the router, I immediately set up the router to test it out.


Shall we move into the specifications? There are no any specifications of the router throughout the internet. I only rely on the manual given via this router.

SDRAM/Serial/Flash: 128MB/32MB.

Standards: IEEE 802.11b/g/n 2.4GHz & IEEE 802.11a/n/ac 5GHz.

Wireless Frequency Range: 2.4~2.4835 GHz 5.15~5.85 GHz.

Wireless Transmission Power (MAX): 11n: 22 dBm, 11g: 23 dBm & 11b: 24 dBm.

Antennas: 4 x 3 dBi Built-in antenna.


RFC768 UDP, RFC791 IP, RFC792 ICMP, FC793 TCP, RFC826


1 x 10/100M Auto MDI/MDIX WAN port
4 x 10/100M Auto MDI/MDIX LAN ports
1 x 2.0 USB ports
1 x 3.0 USB ports

Wireless Security:

64/128-bit WEP, WPA/WPA2, WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK data security
and TKIP/AES encryption.

LED Indicators:

1 x WAN, 1 x INTERNET, 1 x 5GHz, 1 x 2.4GHz, 4 x LAN, 1 x PWR.


Operating Temperature: 0°C~55°C
Storage Temperature: 40°C~85°C
Operating Humidity: 10%~95%, non-condensing
Storage Humidity: 5%~95%, non-condensing

Power Supply:

Input: 100~240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
Output: 12 V DC, 2.0A

Dimension: L*W*H: 180 * 180 * 34.5 mm.

Weight: 500 g.

Remarks: “The router comes with gigabit ethernet ports, but, I am not sure why, the manual shows the router comes with fast ethernet port“.


This router comes with two methods of login, “admin” mode and “operator” mode. You can use either admin mode or operator mode to set up the router.

Username: admin

Password: [leave it blank]

Username: operator

Password: [last four digit of your router’s MAC address]

Once the necessary field has been filled, click on the apply changes and reboot the router. Later in the operator mode, you can customize the settings as well.

After setup the router, login to the operator account, and go to Maintenance -> Password to change the password access of admin mode and operator mode.

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This is very crucial step as, you need to secure both of the present account in the router.


Let’s look into the some of the offered features. The user interface is pretty simple, yet, decent and understandable for most novice users.

Asking me, do I enjoy navigating the features offered via the interface, my answer is, “Yes, I do.”. Don’t mistake this router for its lame looking case that copies the Airport Extreme, but, this wireless router does offer a pretty good feature as well, despite of being a free router supplied by the dominating ISP in the country.


Remarks: “The 5GHz band from this router is unstable and, I have to conduct few tests of speedtest to get a better result“.

Wireless Settings

Below, is the standard settings of the wireless feature by me:

Wireless Analysis


Analysis of Download

2.4 GHz

The connectivity of this band is stable and, the result obtained is pretty much decent. Didn’t face many issues via this band.

5 GHz

The download speed of from this band is worst. Yes. I am being honest here. The wireless coverage is weak and even staying near to the router, the download speed doesn’t exceed over 20Mbps.


Analysis of Upload

2.4 GHz

The upload speed is below average, although other built-in antennas router performs well than this.

5 GHz

The similar result goes to the download analysis of the 5 GHz band.

Iperf3 Test


From the iperf3 result, I able to get over 69Mbits/s. I feel, this is pretty decent result for the router that comes with built-in antennas.



  1. The first AC router supplied by TM under the brand of unifi.
  2. Comes with both 2.0 and 3.0 USB ports.
  3. Stable and able to handle heavy load w/out freeze under the condition when, a cheap USB cooling fan installed.
  4. No memory leakage during torrenting of the router.
  5. Enterprise features offered in the router.
  6. TR069 can be disabled.
  7. Suitable for business organizations.
  8. Well design (excellent built quality).


  1. Overheats (If and only if you install an USB fan, the router works well w/out reboot).
  2. USB 3.0 ports not detectable (sometime can be detected, some time cannot – might be unit defect).


This is my very straightforward conclusion on this router. Firstly, this router is supplied by TM for their unifi subscribers. However, this router has reached its EOL from the manufacturer and the distributor itself.


Next, the router was well built and, the casing of the router seems to feel more solid than the casing of the BTU which appears to be made from cheap plastics.

Thirdly, though this router doesn’t come with an external antenna, the wireless signal, especially from the 2.4GHz band was excellent and when it comes to 5GHz band, the wireless coverage as well as the data transfer was extremely slow.

In addition, I’ve explored most of the features offered by this router, and I feel, it is decent enough and, I receive positive feedback’s from the business organization by which, they were using this router currently.


Last but not least, apart from the best wireless router supplied by unifi during their early stages (D-LINK DIR615 – I said the best as, it supports DDWRT firmware), the RGX4400 will be the next to be in the lineup of best free router supplied by an ISP. Currently as per the year of 2019, TM supplying two main routers, D-LINK DIR850L and TP-LINK Archer V1 (new logo) and, recently, some users reported that, they’ve been receiving the all new D-LINK DIR842 AC1200 dual band wireless router.

MAXIS answers to UniFi’s Broadband Improvement Plan (Turbo) Event

After nearly a month, UniFi released their Broadband Improvement Plan event for its subscribers, today, Maxis comes with their own answers to its subscribers by introducing the most cheapest price for the offered packages. Yes, the cheapest. Now, with RM 129, you can finally have a taste on subscribing the 100 Mbps plan by maxis. The package was slightly cheaper compared to TIME’s low end package, 100 Mbps as well.

Figure 1: The offered packages. – Source

In addition, Maxis will introduce a new router, according to, promises zero down time for their subscribers, in other word, when your main network fails, the 4G takes place without any notification sent to the users and, reverts back to the main line once the line were back to normal.

Plans Overview

30 Mbps Package

Pricing at a price of RM89, I would definitely say, this is worth for your bucks. I mean, it is much better than the UniFi Basic Plans whose comes with 60GB of quota per month.

The downloads and uploads are symmetrical compared to UniFi whose offering asymmetrical speeds. You can actually pay RM10/month for unlimited calls.

100 Mbps Package

Pricing at a price of RM 129, for heavy users, I mean, this would be a great opportunity for you to try it out. There is a slight difference between Maxis One 100 Mbps package with UniFi’s Lite 100 Mbps (after BIP events), as, you get symmetrical downloads and uploads while the Lite packages offer asymmetrical speed.

The local calls for this package were unlimited and, you don’t really need to pay more to enjoy the local calls.

How about for business organizations?

Well, my fellow ventures, no worries, as, Maxis do offer the cheapest internet packages for business organizations, by, introducing the 100 Mbps plan at the rate of RM 139. This is, by far, the cheapest plan ever offered to the business organizations in this country.

I am interested to try it out? Where do I go?

No worries, as you can go register at their official website starting from today and, Maxis has taken a step to prepare the Maxpert teams to set up the network environment at your residence or offices and a dedicated service center to answer all your questions or the problem you may face in the future during the subscription period.

I am an existing user, do I can shift to this plan?

The answer is yes. You can. You can opt to terminate your old account (if the contract has ended) or opt to extend your current contract to a new 24 month contract.

So when is the plans will be started to be implemented?

13 September 2018 – source.


I personally feel, the introduced plan by Maxis is worth for your bucks. Although they left behind compared to UniFi and TIME (They also will introduce a new plan soon as they recently come up with an open letter to UniFi), but, they might take time to catch up. Good luck, Maxis.

WinStyle Graphics – The Best Start-up Design and Printing Business | Business Startups

Recently, I surveyed around for a printing business for my newly designed business card. When I was surveying around, I was introduced to a printing business by my friend. Since they’re a start-up venture, this post will be the experience of using their services. They’re newly known as WinStyle Graphics.


Their main expertise focuses on:

  • Logo Design.
  • Name Cards / Business Cards.
  • Banners & Buntings.
  • Flyers.
  • Sign Board & Bill Board.
  • All king of Digital Designs.


Hereby, is the price list of the business card printing that, quoted to me by Mr. Sharwin.

  • 2 BOX : RM 25.00
  • 5 BOX : RM 58.30
  • 10 BOX : RM 100.00
  • 50 BOX : RM 168.00

Special Grand Opening Promo

  • 100 BOX : RM 400 only

Do kindly note that, one box of the container contains 100 Cards.


So, I come up with my own design of my business card using the TechCyn‘s tagline, “Keep It Simple, Smart“. ~Arigato Fotoshoppu-san


Once the design has been completed, I purposed my design to them and inquire them on the pricing of cards. I am amazed on how they work in an organized manner by issuing a proper quotation on the total cost to get the job done.

I was brief through the card type as well by the founder of the venture, Mr. Sharwin. I’ve given the card type choices. The choices are:

  • Matt Lamination Card
  • Ivory cards
  • UV Cards
  • Foil Cards
  • Normal Art card

Once the briefing session was over, I was informed that, the best card quality comes from matt lamination type.

Once I am satisfied with their quotation and explanation, I requested them to proceed to the next phase, which is, to get the job done.


After 4 working days, I was contacted by the founder of WinStyle Graphics, Mr. Sharwin, acknowledging me that, the business card has been successfully printed out.

Before Receive:

From the looks of the image, I was wondering, the card is pretty average to be honest. But, I didn’t judge the look of the quality of the card of the picture, instead, I waited to actually get my card to be handed over to me. I ordered 3 boxes of the cards.

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Figure 3: The freshly printed business card.

After Receive:

After I receive the cards officially from the representative of the venture, Mr. Sharwin, I quickly inspect the card, and, I was impressed with the card quality and the materials used. For the price I paid, I feel satisfied with their work.

Lets have a deep look into the cards. Shall we?

I ordered 3 boxes of business card and three standard casing for each stacked up cards were given.

Next, the card quality is beyond average, when I said beyond average, it means, the card type proposed to me is exactly as what as been told to me.

I would say, I satisfied with their service and will definitely opt for them in future. Let’s move to the conclusion part.


To conclude my post, though there are many experienced ventures available out there, as a newcomer itself, I felt that, WinStyle Graphics had showed me a professional way of getting the job done along with its friendly CEO who keeps on entertaining my queries thrown at him. I would highly recommend this venture to those newcomers or, an experienced business mans to use their service to get your job done.

//TechCyn always respect the newcomers and new talents//.


Currently, WinStyle Graphics are offering Merdeka (Independence Month) Promotion. Do grab your opportunity to get the best cards at an affordable rate.


To get even cheaper printing rates, kindly like their Facebook page given below as a symbol of support.

For further inquires about the service, the venture is reachable through the following social media:

FacebookWinStyle Graphics

InstagramWinStyle Graphics

Contact Number: +6010 – 376 6716

IMPERION R1 RAYTHEON 2.1 Gaming Speaker – Does it really conquer the ears? | REVIEW

We have at-least 20% of gamers reside in Malaysia and there are several groups created in Facebook dedicated for gamers. In the discussion of the group, one of the highlighted issues are, speakers that suits for gamers. Since nowadays most PC equipments come with RGB feature, according to the current trend of PC Master Race, most speaker manufacturers such as Sonic Gear and Vinnfier comes up with their own RGB speakers for gamers.

However, today, we’re not going to discuss on the two brands stated at the top, today, we are going to look at the most special and affordable gaming speaker by IMPERION.


The IMPERION RAYTHEON 2.1 Speaker is in the range of gaming speakers out there. Pricing at the SRP of RM179, this speaker definitely a dream of the gamers of owning a speaker that would satisfy their cravings of owning a good sound system at an affordable price.


The general built quality of the speaker is good, especially when it comes to the woofer box, however, it differs when it comes to the satellite speaker, the built quality is not promising as, it would be easily toppled over.


The packaging of the speaker is decent and the box is not that huge. You can carry this speaker on a bike as well.

Before Unboxing

After Unboxing


  • 2.1 CH Bluetooth speaker.
  • Built-in Bluetooth / USB.
  • 3.5mm Audio Input.
  • With 7 Colors RGB Lights on subwoofer.
  • RMS: 18W+10Wx2=38W.
  • Driver: 5″+2″x4.
  • Impedance: 4Ohm Bass/2 Ohm satellite.
  • S/N Ratio: 65dB.
  • Frequency Response: 40Hz~20kHz.
  • Dimension: (mm).
  • Subwoofer: W188*H187*D723.
  • Satellite Speaker: W66*H216*D72.


Satellite Speaker

The satellite speaker comes with 2″x4 driver that produces high vocal clarity, and at some point, when the volume was set to high, the driver seems to be punching a minimal amount of bass.


I personally like the subwoofer design here. This woofer comes with a volume knob located at the top, a treble knob located in the middle and a bass knob that located at the bottom.

The bass reflex port was located at the rear of the subwoofer, so, I would strongly recommend that, if you decided to place the woofer at the top of your desk, make sure, to place the woofer not too close to the wall. Keep at a distance between the wall and the bass reflex port.


A closer look of the subwoofer. The driver built quality is good. The diaphragm of the speaker feels solid.


The setting up of this speaker is easy. Just follow the given instruction and you’re good to go.

The lights can be customized as only two presets were given at the moment, a color cycle and a solid color. A single button given to control the preset of the lights, by which, when the woofer were turned on, the preset turns into color cycle, when the button pressed once, the color cycle turns solid according to current color, you can repeat the process as well for your favorite color. However, you can’t turn off the lights.



In order to get optimum output from this speaker, it is highly recommended to tweak your equalizer settings in your stock sound-card or an aftermarket sound-card.

The light was set to white color.



The bass from the woofer is deep. I always play 320kbps song, so, I can feel the deep bass at the half volume, the bass seems to be solid and not distorted.


Watching an HD movie or a blue-ray movies, the bass is deep and I really enjoy my movie session with this speaker.


Playing games such as CS or PUBG, the speaker delivers deeper bass and I have a fun gaming session here.



This satellite speaker comes with 4 x 2″ driver. All the driver did a great job on delivering vocal, although, the speaker seems cheap. No issues here.


Watching movie and the audio quality that comes through the speaker seems decent and I can catch most dialogues from the movie w/out even have to increase the volume.


If you played CSGO game, you should know the importance of receiving commands and, a good vocal shall guide you to the victory, hence, this speaker scores here.

Balance Audio


Playing the song at its highest bit-rate seems perfect. I just love my music session through this speaker.


As mentioned in the above, the speaker delivers deeper bass and crystal solid vocal of the movies.


The speaker scores a perfect score here.



  1. Cheap and affordable.
  2. Deep bass in the same par with the legendary Altec Lansing VS4121 & Edifier E3100.
  3. The size of the woofer is decent & the design of the subwoofer is one of the best.
  4. The subwoofer can be placed on top of the desk, although there is a myth that, subwoofer must be placed at the bottom of the desk.
  5. Bass and Treble control given.
  6. RGB – The light can be controlled with a button, given two presets, automated light cycle or solid color.
  7. Bluetooth and USB feature available.


  1. The satellite speaker design is awful – not stable and can be toppled over easily.
  2. In order to enjoy the deep bass, you bass knob should be at the maximum level.
  3. The subwoofer will move when at high volume.


As a conclusion, as per title tagline above, do it really conquer your ears? My answers is yes. It does. Whether you like or not the brand, it does deliver what it promises.


This speaker not suitable if you’re student and staying in a dorm (university) as, the bass from this speaker is too strong and, it might disturb the person at the next door. However, if you’re a student living at outside (rent/parents house), then, this speaker definitely for you.

To summarize my points, this speaker, totally worth for your money, if you’re missing the good old days with Altec Lansing, then, you won’t get wrong with this speaker as well.