ASUS unveiled a leaky Blue Cave router

By the opening of Computex 2017, which will be held from May 30 to June 3 in Taipei, ASUS introduced a wireless router called Blue Cave. It is made in an unusual form factor with a large "hole" in the middle of the case and most of all resembles the fanless Dyson hair dryers.
ASUS unveiled a leaky Blue Cave router
The router is based on a fresh chipset Intel Wi-Fi provides dual-band high-speed Wi-Fi class AC2600. As promised by the manufacturer, Blue Cave will cope with the streaming video 4K UHD, modern online games and the like.
ASUS unveiled a leaky Blue Cave router
Router received the proprietary protection of ASUS AiProtection, which is based on Trend Micro's Smart Home Network, designed to protect all connected smart devices on the network, including Internet gadgets. From the smartphone, you can configure and use the Family Overview function to monitor and control Internet consumption and use of applications by each family member. Also supports the IFTTT service. The estimated price for ASUS Blue Cave is 180 US dollars. The exact sales date has not yet been announced.

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