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Asus ZenWiFi Pro XT12 review

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Asus ZenWiFi Pro XT12: Two-minute review

There are full PC systems that are smaller than Asus’ ZenWiFi Pro XT12 nodes. These twin towers are packed with powerful components and a channelled-air cooling system that’s partnered with beefy heatsinks. The idea is to create an overpowered Wi-Fi 6 mesh (with a dedicated backhaul channel between nodes) that’s robust enough for SMBs and demanding prosumers. 

First: performance. It utilises a 2.4GHz band and two 5GHz bands for a theoretical maximum throughput of 11,000Mbps. You can set which band acts as a dedicated backhaul link between the nodes or leave it (as we did) set on Auto. Past experience tells us that dedicated backhaul links make mesh Wi-Fi much faster. You can also use Ethernet to create the backhaul and free up one of the 5GHz bands.




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