ASUS shows off the ultra-thin and feature rich RT-N56U router at CeBIT 2010

March 4, 2010, By Thomas Antony

Asus has a lot of old stuff as well as new stuff at its booth at the CeBIT 2010. Here is one thing that caught our eye. Its a router, it packs a lot of stuff including 802.1b/g/n, USB, 3G and much more. But whats so special about it ? Well, the fact that it has a profile about as thick as a pencil. And it also has this crazy, silver-grey metallic sheen that makes it look like something out of a spaceship in a scifi movie.

More details below.

The RT-N56U router supports WiFi 802.11 b/g/n connectivity with dualband ( 2.4GHz and 5GHz ) support. It can function as a printer server, and is capable of handling upto 30000 concurrent  sessions. It has four GigaBit LAN to interface with wired networking accessories and one Gigabit WAN port.  It also supports 3G HSDPA USB dongles for broadband connectivity as well as USB HDDs. There are two USB ports of the router for this purpose.

No information has been released about the price or availability of the RT-N56U.

Via Engadget

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