ASUS introduce EA-N66 dual band wireless N900 Gigabit ethernet adapter

/ 6 years ago

The ASUS EA-N66 3-in-1 dual band wireless-N900 Gigabit Ethernet adapter is equipped with a unique 3 x 3 patented antenna design, providing users high speed internet access. With selectable dual band operating modes and speeds of up to 450 Mbps per band, the EA-N66 caters to web browsing, smooth HD video streaming, and lag-free online gaming with ease.

Using custom patented antenna architecture, the EA-N66 minimizes interference and provides consumers the fastest Gigabit network speeds currently available, enabling access to wide-reaching coverage for internet access anywhere around the home.Operating at 2.4 GHz allows users to download files and browse the web, while the faster and less crowded 5 GHz band handles more demanding tasks such as HD content streaming. The two selectable frequencies therefore optimize performance for the best internet experience. With standard Ethernet cables, users can easily link Ethernet-supporting devices such as desktops, notebooks, multimedia players, or smart TVs via the EA-N66 to start browsing the internet, stream content, or game online without delay.

The EA-N66 works in Ethernet adapter, repeater, and access point modes. As an Ethernet adapter, it can quickly connect to a variety of Ethernet-capable devices with wireless support, operating at up to 450 Mbps per band. In repeater mode, the high-powered EA-N66 can rebroadcast signals to extend wireless range if a direct connection cannot be established, offering better coverage for larger residences with special utility in multi-level locations. Users simply need to scan for the strongest Wi-Fi signal and link it to their SSID of choice. As an access point, the EA-N66 works with wired modems and routers, instantly adding wireless support to an existing network. All of these can be activated easily with the ASUS intuitive user interface in a few steps and with no install disc required.

Source: PR

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