Review on Asus ZenWiFi AX (XT8)

The Asus ZenWifi AX (XT8) is possibly the best router. The company has manufactured, and it is one of the highly demanded/recommended both nationally and internationally and then became the best mesh router system till now tested.

No one can buy this directly from ASUS, but it is widely available online. 

The two pieced mesh system covers a more extensive Forty Four Hundred Square Meter (4400sq.ft). This beautifully designed ASUS ZenWIFI AX(XT8) is available to the public in both medium black well as white.

Keep In Mind While Purchasing It:

Pros

  • Tri-band mesh WiFi system comes with unique antenna placement delivers the most robust WiFi to every corner providing a full wireless speed of Sixty Six Hundred Mbps to every bit of the place.
  • Next Generation WiFi 6 Technology with OFDMA and MU-MIMO, ZenWiFi AX enables more efficient, stabilize, and fastest transmission even when multiple devices are transferring data simultaneously.
  • Control is hazel free—easy management with ASUS Router App.
  • Protection is provided up to date: The lifetime free network security powered by the company Trend Micro™ makes sure the privacy on connected devices is protected.
  • Supported by Ai-Mesh mix and match ZenWiFi with AiMesh-compatible router to form a powerful and flexible whole-home WiFi system.

Cons

  • It is Expensive as it cannot be afforded casually or by middle salaried ones, so the ordinary public denied this. They are mostly seen that corporate ones will prefer this.
  • Complex setting up process needed to be handled with caution. The setting upturned to be the thing which must be done cautiously so there will be fewer problems in future.
  • At present no options for three routers for lagers places.

Specifications That Make It Worth

Wireless connectivity makes it more perfect: WiFi 6, tri-band 2.4 Gigahertz and 2x 5.0 Gigahertz that is perfectly suited for places with extensive usage.

A processor that no other brand can compete: Quad-core Broad -comm BCM 6755 at the 1.5 Gigahertz

Memory: 512 Megabytes

Storage: 256 Megabytes Flash

Beamforming: Implicit and Explicit for 2.4 Gigahertz and 5 Gigahertz

Ports: 2.5Gb WAN

Dimensions (HxWxD): 161 x 160 x 75mm

One Must Buy The Exclusive ASUS ZENWIFI AX (XT8)…

Need fast WIFI speed:

The tri-band WiFi 6, the Zen WiFi AX, can create a high-speed ‘backhauling’ that connects the two mesh routers while still providing 2.4 Gigahertz and 5.0 Gigahertz bands for high-speed video streaming, music, and gaming and all sort of purposes.

Weak WiFi is the main trouble:

The exclusive mesh networking systems aren’t just about the speed – they’re also designed to eliminate the dead spots’ in rooms or other locations that usually struggle to get a good WiFi signal.

The Zen WiFi AX is doing great work and impresses everyone to maintain the fastest WiFi even in the most remote/scattered corners of the place.

Parental control is the heavy need (kids):

The Router app has the best parental controls and security features that do not require an extra fee. These provide free parental controls for the sake of rules needed.

Don’t Buy This If…

Budget is the problem:

The Exclusive ZenWiFi AX is a top-of-the-ranged WiFi mesh system that is expensive initially. There are tons of less expensive mesh systems that can still do good with streaming video and gaming and other stuff with no trouble at all.

The place is too big for only two routers:

Mostly the mesh systems are available with two routers to accommodate homes of different capacity. The expensive Zen WiFi AX is available with two routers covering only up to 4400 sq. ft.

Jargons are not preferred:

The setup process is a little long-winded, and it tends to throw quite a bit of jargon around that will create at the initial stage for newcomers.

Configuration

The Zen WiFi AXE configuration will be done through the app in around with loads of examples and a large type. By contrast, one can get an intense view of the hardware by using a connected browser. Unlike some of its competitors, one can be logged into both portals at once.

The application home screen shows the router and satellites and that the Internet is active, and how many devices are connected. The Devices screen is all about what is connected and indicates the firmware upgrade is available.

Noticing to the application Setting page, there’s a bounty full of changes that can be made, from checking on the satellite’s status to turning on the network’s WiFi 6 mode.

The actions take place in the browser-based interface that zooms out the browser’s view and most other items that won’t fit on an HD screen. One can easily connect with us by using asus.router.com. 

Setup that one must understand:

  • Setting up the Zen WiFi AX starts with Firstly downloading the android / Ios (I phone users) Asus Router app. The company makes it easy/quicker by printing a QR code for getting them on the Start Guide. The app provides lots of examples to help new networkers.
  • It is automatically configured itself and connected to the device automatically. One could have used the advanced settings and configured the LAN manually if it is not connected automatically.
  • Secondly, add the network a name and password and set it up to have a single character. The hardware took about 5-10 minutes to set itself up and connect the router to the satellite.
  • It takes about 10 minutes to set up the network that delivered 190Mbps out of the 200Mbps connection on the first attempt from start to finish. Then the satellite lost contact with the host, and it took about 10-15 minutes to reconnect with the host.
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