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Just when you thought that your router couldn't be any sleeker... Enter the Asus RT-AC3200.
With six external antennas prodding out of the back of the minimalist-styled router, the RT-AC3200 looks like a cross between a Star Wars desert cruiser and a gladiatorial weapon from Ancient Rome. And as it uses a 1 GHz Broadcom processor and Tri-Band WiFi, the RT-AC3200 has the speed and combat ability of the vehicles and armory it resembles.
The RT-AC3200 is the ideal router for anyone looking to cover a large home, or have their WiFi network stretch out to a back patio. On top of this, as the RT-AC3200 is a Tomato router, QoS, access restrictions, bandwidth monitoring and an easy to follow user interface make this router the perfect device for any beginners looking to get the most out of their home network.
If you enter in your username, password, and preferred IP location for your VPN provider account during the secure checkout, your RT-AC3200 will be able pre-configured for your account and ready to be used out of the box. If you would not like to share this information, you can set up the router yourself using a helpful setup guide that comes with every router.
As part of your purchase, we also offer 3 months of hands-on tech support from our team of experts.
Sale price $224.99
FlashRouters has made me a very happy customer. The router is a life saver. I wasn't sure if I was going to be able to fix the problem I was having in regards to being blocked here in Mexico, but boom! FlashRouters did it.
I am very satisfied with this service and product. I love being able to move beyond my device limitations from my VPN. I never thought I would be able to use a VPN on my AppleTV, but alas, FlashRouters has proved this possible.
Before I checked out FlashRouters, I hadn't even heard of DD-WRT or Tomato. I was about to head over to Germany, and I knew that I wouldn't be able to watch US TV when I was over there. Now, that would be a problem for me, haha. So I did a quick Google search and found out I need to use a VPN and a router with this kind of firmware in order to watch US TV outside of the US on my Apple TV. Still, I know, this was a bit confusing, so I called up FlashRouters and they explained the whole deal to me. They recommended this router, and I have to say, it was a great choice. The range is great and I haven't had any issues with buffering. If you are going to travel out of the country, I strongly suggest you get yourself one of these bad boys.
Forget spending hours deciphering and testing the DD-WRT forums/website/Wiki for the correct hardware version and proper build only to discover that you've improperly flashed your device and bricked it.
FlashRouters offers what many router manufacturers won't: better firmware plus basic network and VPN service configuration assistance from responsive and highly trained USA tech support that will actually answer your questions.