ASRock Gaming G10 802.11ac WiFi Router Released – First ASRock Wireless Router

ASRock Gaming Reinvents Routers with G10

TAIPEI, Taiwan, June 4, 2015 – Routers, the woeful wallflowers of computer components that are usually forsaken after the initial setup, only to be brought out for some violent shaking or tapping whenever the WiFi signals are unstable. As a matter of fact, routers could be way interesting than you can imagine. For instance, the first router of ASRock Gaming – G10 is capable of doing much more than merely providing WiFi connections.

ASRock Gaming  G10

Basically speaking, ASRock Gaming’s G10 is a 4T4R router with 8 dipole high power antennas hidden inside the crimson colored irregular polygon. It adopts technologies such as 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, Beamforming, Multi-User MIMO and a lot more. You might be wondering, “but what does that all mean in plain English?” G10 provides the strongest and widest coverage of wireless internet with speeds up to 1733Mbps!

ASRock Gaming  G10 Router Speed

Aside from its remarkable performance as a router, it also has plenty of added touches. Firstly, it bears two USB 3.0 ports for connecting printers or building an easy network-attached storage system (NAS). Second of all, it comes with a detachable 2-in-1 dongle that may either serve as a travel access point (AP) or an HDMI dongle with 2T2R 11n WiFi for projecting your handheld device’s screen onto an HDMI compliant monitor, otherwise known as Miracasting.

HDMI Dongle and Travel AP

To induce even heavier breathing, ASRock Gaming promises advanced IoT (Internet of Things) technology on the new G10 routers. Via the infrared transmitters and receivers hidden inside, it can learn the infrared codes of other devices such as televisions, air conditioners or video game consoles. Allowing users to remotely control those aforementioned devices using the ASRock Router APP on a mobile phone or tablet, or even simultaneously streaming and gaming on multiple devices. Lastly, this gaming router supports Gaming Boost natively, which identifies and intelligently manages your internet traffic. Allocating more bandwidth for your online games or video game consoles automatically, so that gamers may have a more stable and smoother gameplay.

ASRock Gaming  G10 IoT Application

 

 

About ASRock

ASRock Inc. was established in 2002, specializing in the field of motherboards. ASRock strives to build up its own brand. With 3C design concepts, “Creativity, Consideration, Cost-effectiveness”, the company explores the limits of motherboard manufacturing while paying attention to environmental issues at the same time, developing products with the consideration of being eco-friendly.

ASRock has been growing fast and has become one of the three largest motherboard brands with its headquarters in Taipei, Taiwan and branches in Europe and the USA. The young and vibrant company targets at the entry to mainstream segment of the MB business, owning reputation around the world market with its reliability and proficiency. For further information, please visit: http://www.asrock.com/

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  • TJ

    Terribly written article that provides zero incentive to buy this router. I stopped reading after the third paragraph.

    • Nathan Kirsch

      It’s a press release published by ASRock. Once we get more info we’ll share it with you!

      • TJ

        They should leave the writing to you guys 😉 Looking forward to a review!

        • Nathan Kirsch

          Trust me I’ve been e-mailing and asking for images and details and they haven’t responded yet. I also want to know more about this front panel device that uses SATA Express to offer a USB 3.1 Type-A and Type-C ports. It looks pretty slick and it might finally give us something to do with the SATA Express port on some of the newest motherboards out! I’m willing to write about it, but need the details!

        • TJ

          USB 3 via SATA Express is an interesting concept. It is just PCI Express, so that makes sense. I assumed someone would come out with a way to add in additional video cards via SATA Express.

        • Erwin Thierry Klein Haneveld