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ASUS PCE-AX58BT Review – The Best Wi-Fi 6 Adapter with 160MHz Support featuring Bluetooth 5.0, WPA3, OFDMA and MU-MIMO

ASUS PCE-AX58BT - The Best Wi-Fi 6 adapter Review by TechCyn

The ASUS PCE-AX58BT is an AX3000 Wi-Fi 6 adapter from ASUS that features the next generation of wireless standard, 802.11ax certified by Wi-Fi Alliance. The AX58BT was engineered for smoother wireless experience by increasing the wireless throughput. The AX58BT offers ultrafast wireless throughput up to 3Gbps thanks to its 160MHz capability along with OFDMA and

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ASUS Reveals All-New Lineup of Innovations at CES 2020 – A few combinations of Lifestyle, Business and Gaming Innovations presented

ASUS unveils all-new lineup of innovations at CES 2020

ASUS dsiplays their breakthrough products including notebooks, motherboards, desktops, displays, routers and artificial intelligence of things (AIoT) at CES 2020. This includes their newest ChromeBook Flip C436, VivoBook S series, ExpertBook B9450 and Hyper M.2 x16 Gen4 card at their media showroom at the Planet Hollywood Las Vegas Resort & Casino until 9th Jan 2020.

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ASUS RT-AC59U Dual Band MU-MIMO Wireless Router – Review

ASUS had recently introduced a new entry level dual-band wireless router that uses the latest wireless standard protocol, 802.11ac Wave 2. The RT-AC59U is a new AC1500 router that comes with a better processor compared to its predecessor, the RT-AC58U. ASUS claims, the AC59U has a better wireless signal strength compared to AC58U and serves

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Internet Service Provider – ISP EXPLAINED! What is an ISP? How do they contribute to us?

An internet service provider is also known as an ISP, provides an access to the internet via a subscription-based service. The ISP’s usually plants their own infrastructure to provide their service to the end users. This infrastructure often generally known as cables, i.e. fibre cables, copper cables, etc. Some ISP’s do provide a satellite based

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DiGi Fibre is available now! Offering 50 Mbps for RM99/month and 100Mbps for RM129/month – Open for Kajang, Subang and Rawang residents

The month of April is full of surprises with the recent announcement by fibre packages offered by the internet service provider such as unifi and maxis. Digi on the other hand shocked the nation with their sudden announcement of expending their fibre services to the selected areas in the Klang Valley particularly Kajang, Bangi, Subang

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