The ASUS’ ultra-thin RT-56U router has returned to be the center of interest, since the device has now visited the laboratories of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). It was earlier in the news in the month of March when it was portrayed at the CeBIT, one of the world’s largest computer expo organized in Hanover, Germany.
Some of you reading this may be confused at what a router really is. A Router is an electronic device that interconnects two or more computer networks, and selectively interchanges packets of data between them.
There are uncertainties existing about the slender figure of this dual-band Gigabit Wireless-N RT-56U router, since the image available does not give a good view of the device.
The gadget was filed at FCC on October 11th with a 45-day confidentiality agreement, and enough references to US sales to let us think that, after the examination, the device might hit the US market sometime in the very near future.
Tags: Asus, cebit, commission, Communications, dual-band, Federal, Germany, Gigabit, Hanover, ultra-thin RT-56U, Wireless-N
Posted October 20th, 2010 in News by Michael