ASUS ROG introduces its first mesh WiFi system and announces the availability of its ROG Swift OLED monitors

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23 Aug. (Portaltic/EP) –

ASUS Republic of Gamers (ROG) presented its first WiFi mesh system optimized for gamers on Tuesday at Gamescom, where it also announced the availability of its Swift OLED monitors.

ROG Rapture GT6 is the first Wi-Fi mesh system from the ‘gaming’ brand, offering a tri-band WiFi 6 setup for blazing-fast download speeds, low gaming latency, no dead zones, and great security you can trust.

The ROG Rapture GT6 can offer up to 10,000 Mbps of bandwidth, thanks to two 5GHz bands that work at 4,804 Mbps each and a 2.4 GHz band that works at 574 Mbps, as the company has reported in a statement.

this bandwidth can cover up to 5,800 square meters thanks to nine internal antennas and ASUS Rangeboost Plus technology to extend signal range and overall coverage by up to 38 percent. Also, there is a 2.5 Gb WAN port with LAN added for multigigabit wired connections.

On the other hand, ROG’s latest WiFi 6 routers are also available in a new 5.9 GHz bandin the form of a third high-power 160Mhz channel, designed to provide more bandwidth to devices that need it or to improve backhaul capacity for setups that could benefit from additional signal strength.


The tech company has also announced the availability of Swift OLED monitors, 42-inch PG42UQ and 48-inch PG48UQwhich include two SOUND BY Harman Kardon 10-watt front speakers and a 15-watt woofer.

ROG OLED monitors include a custom heatsink which offers a greater surface for heat exchange, which translates into an operating temperature up to 8 percent lower to ensure better performance and longevity of the panel.

The OLED panel features a 1,500,000:1 contrast ratio, 98% DCI-P3 color gamut, and Delta E<2 color difference to deliver photorealistic colors and deeper blacks. Both monitors also include HDR10 and 10-bit true color. The response time is 0.1 milliseconds.

Unlike standard glossy OLED panels, ROG OLED gaming monitor panels feature a special anti-glare micro-texture coating to reduce reflections.

These displays are G-SYNC compatible. And both PG42UQ and PG48UQ are capable of displaying images in 4K (3840 x 2160) at about 138 Hz (overclocked). They also have one DisplayPort 1.4 port, two HDMI 2.1 ports with 48 Gbps bandwidth, and two HDMI 2.0 ports, and include a USB hub and tripod socket on top of the monitor for connecting multiple devices.

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