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ASUS ROG Rapture GT-AX11000 Tri-Band Wi-Fi 6 Router $658 Delivered @ Wireless 1

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Bing Lee is out of Stock for $549 , but Wireless1 https://www.wireless1.com.au/asus-rog-rapture-gt-ax11000-wir...
had is for $658
JBHIFI Priced matched it for me

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  • +4

    $605.36 with code TOPITUP (idk if this is a plus only code)
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/254152349349

    Then
    $606.28 with code TOPITUP
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/144330286850

      • +4

        Well I mean the first 1 is wireless 1 ebay store.

    • That code is not ebay plus, it shows up for me without it.
      Much better deal than this one.

      • +1

        Great to hear its available for anyone.

  • +3

    Hmm at that price it should be a 6e router why are they still charging these prices for a wifi 6 router

    • +2

      Because it’s Australia. They can charge a premium for global scraps and we just have to eat it

      • +1

        100% this! Even the laptop batteries are never 90+ WH like US gets. Index is not available on steam and I can go on. Only thing cheaper are coffee machines. But some of the grinders are still expensive.

  • +2

    goddamn is that a router or a forklift

    • +5

      If you invert it, it can be used as a dining table.

  • +5

    I don't think it has enough antennas.

  • Got one of these Wifi 6 routers last year and I'm very impressed with the speeds.

  • +1

    Carcinisation

  • +3

    This pricing is bonkers, why would you buy a home router like this instead of an enterprise setup like the Unifi Dream Machine Pro and a dedicated AP for similar cost ?

    All in one home routers like this definitely have their place … but that place isn't $650.

    • Well for one it's simple. Setting up UniFi gear can be a pain especially if you don't have a technical background. Plus with APs you need to run cables if they don't already exist. For some of us that learning curve is a fun challenge but for most people it's just an unwanted hassle.

      I had 2 AP Pros at my old house and it worked great but we recently moved to a standard 300m2 house on a 600m2 block without pre-run cables and I ended up buying one of these Asus routers (although for $550 from JB) and it works great, 300-700mpbs anywhere inside and the 2.4g band covers the whole block and some at 50mpbs+

      I'm a big fan of Ubiquiti gear but good consumer gear also has its place.

  • +1

    How is this a deal? Jan this year i paid $518 via one of the ebay sales. Router is pretty good, good range and great speeds.

    • +1

      it was $550 from Bing-lee a few weeks ago
      Also, price is still $899 90% of the places

  • +1

    $73/antenna

  • I'm currently using Telstra smart gen 2 , want to upgrade for gaming, Netflix, but still thinking about this one and others wifi 6 mesh like netgear,tp link ..etc too many brands in market now , which one is better for a double storey home? around 35sq with 20 devices - Thanks

    • You're best going for a UniFi setup like rickdwp mentioned. in a reply to nom.

    • Is that the model made by TechniColor? If so, its amazing, just flash a non-telstra rom onto it and unlock all the options.

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