the new asus RT-N56U wireless router packs a whole lot of features and performance into a paper thin design that leaves you wondering where the hell all the electronic components are. how do you plug it in?
it looks like some coveted relic on an episode of buck rogers, but despite its seemingly impossible dimensions, it sports a lot of features including support for wireless printing and scanning, up to 30,000 concurrent sessions, Wi-Fi protocols including 802.11a/b/g/n, usb ports for 3G modems, and dual band signaling.
this thing would look great next to your first generation ps3. the sparkle shaped lights and monolithic presentation definitely make it one of the coolest pieces of network gear i’ve seen yet.
asus first revealed its new toy at CeBIT, the world’s largest trade fair focusing on network electronics for home and office in hannover.