ASUS USB-AC53 Nano AC1200 Dual-band USB Wi-Fi Adapter - PC Express
ASUS USB-AC53 Nano AC1200 Dual-band USB Wi-Fi Adapter - PC Express
ASUS USB-AC53 Nano AC1200 Dual-band USB Wi-Fi Adapter - PC Express

ASUS USB-AC53 Nano AC1200 Dual-band USB Wi-Fi Adapter

  • World’s smallest USB MU-MIMO Wi-Fi adaptor Super-fast Wi-Fi in a nano-sized package that’s small enough to leave plugged in!
  • Instant Wi-Fi upgrade for laptops Enjoy 802.11ac Wi-Fi speeds.
  • Perfect for streaming and gaming Dual-band support gives you the 5GHz frequency band for smooth 4K UHD streaming and low latency gaming.
₱1,350.00
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Product ID: 8346811990314
Description

SPECIFICATION

Network Standard

IEEE 802.11a, IEEE 802.11b, IEEE 802.11g, WiFi 4 (802.11n), WiFi 5 (802.11ac)

Product Segment

AC1200 enhanced AC performance: 300+867 Mbps

Interface

USB 2.0

Operating Frequency

2.4 GHz / 5 GHz

OS Support

Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Mac OS X 10.7 to 10.12

Package Content

Support CD, Warranty Card

Product Weight (g)

5 g

Remarks

*The network speeds and bandwidth are based on current IEEE 802.11ac specifications. Actual performance may be affected by network and service provider factors, interface type, and other conditions. Connected devices must be 802.11ac-compatible for best results.

Output Power

- 2412-2472MHz (802.11n HT40 MCS0): 17.24 dBm

- 5180-5240MHz (802.11n HT20 MCS0): 17.38 dBm

- 5260-5320MHz (802.11ac VHT80 MCS0): 15.8 dBm

- 5500-5700MHz (802.11n HT20 MCS0): 13.31 dBm

 

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