ASUS RT-AC86U Wireless Router
Packaging takes on a new modern look with the 86U. We have marketing information to the left side and an image of the router to the right.
The spine of the box gives a full specifications list including its wired and wireless performance characteristics.
Included in the box, we have the router, three antennas, power adapter and Ethernet cable.
On the front of the router, we have the black and red ROG styling carried over. A series of LEDs along the bottom denote everything from power to activity across each band and internet connectivity.
The right side of the router houses a Wi-Fi on/off button and WPS button.
On the backside, the top left is a small reset button. Below this, we have the power input and switch above followed by USB 2.0 and 3.0 and WAN in blue. The four Gigabit LAN ports are colored yellow with a LED switch in between.
The top of the router houses all three antenna connections.
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United States: The ASUS RT-AC86U AC2900 Wi-Fi Router retails for $XXX at Amazon.
United Kingdom: The ASUS AC2900 WiFi Dual-band Gigabit Wireless Router with 1.8GHz Dual-core Processor and AiProtection Network Security Powered by Trend Micro, AiMesh Whole Home WiFi System Compatible (RT-AC86U) retails for £228.67 at Amazon UK.
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