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Asus dual-band RP-AC52 wireless range extender provide combined data transmission speeds of up to 733Mbit/s

Asus today announced the dual-band RP-AC52 wireless range extender, which uses next-generation 802.11ac Wi-Fi with concurrent 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz operation to work provide combined data transmission speeds of up to 733Mbit/s. Asus RP-AC52 is a hassle-free way to extend fast and reliable wireless coverage, and is particularly useful in large buildings or multi-floor environments. With RP-AC52, bringing wireless access to areas such garages, basements, backyards or roofs is no longer a problem.

One-press_pairing_AsusTo pair the RP-AC52 wireless range extender with routers and devices, customers only need to press the WPS (Wi-Fi protected setup) button on the RP-AC52 and the router, and setup is complete. WPS is compatible with routers and modem routers from Asus and other brands.
AsusTo help users determine the ideal location, Asus RP-AC52 has LED signal strength indicators on the front panel, allowing users to place RP-AC52 accordingly and build a seamless home Wi-Fi network. For added convenience, the attractively-styled RP-AC52 also has a built-in night light feature that provides a gentle white illumination.
Asus_RP_AC52_StreamingThe Asus RP-AC52 has a 3.5mm audio output jack that can be connected to powered speakers or an audio system, delivering music content wirelessly from source devices on the network such as PCs, laptops or mobile phones, including Android and iOS devices.
InternetRadio_AsusAiPlayer also features Internet Radio, allowing users to play their favorite online radio stations wirelessly via RP-AC52. Additionally, the multi-room feature of AiPlayer allows music to be streamed simultaneously to multiple RP-AC52 devices around the home. The multi-room feature of AiPlayer allows music to be streamed simultaneously to multiple RP-AC52 devices around the home.
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