The new Asus network card announced PCE-AX58BT will turn gamers’ PC with extremely fast and super stable wireless connection.
ASUS recently announced PCE-AX58BT network card, which uses the PCI Express® (PCIe) standard for desktops with advanced Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) technology and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity. The Wi-Fi 6 network technology standard brings many steps ahead of the previous Wi-Fi 5 (802.11ac) standard, such as providing faster speeds, reaching 3000Mbps, increasing network traffic at the same time, Further coverage and more efficient use of energy.
This means gamers will have a super-fast and super-stable wireless network connection! When fighting in virtual worlds that require the internet, such as eSports or online games, there is no need to use wires anymore.
Meanwhile, the Bluetooth 5.0 standard provides twice the transfer speed and up to 4 times the signaling range compared to the current Bluetooth 4.2 standard. PCE-AX58BT network card is also bundled with an external antenna that allows users to change the antenna placement so that it is most effective.
When combined with ASUS routers that support the Wi-Fi 6 standard, the PCE-AX58BT network card will significantly improve user performance compared to current Wi-Fi standards, especially in times of need for terminal supporting devices. With the PCE-AX58BT network card and several existing Wi-Fi routers, ASUS is now the first company to bring a 6-pack Wi-Fi network solution for users.
Thanks to support for Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) standard, the PCE-AX58BT network card delivers superior performance in the 160MHz band, providing data bandwidth up to 3000Mbps and a smooth combination of the two technologies OFDMA and MU-MIMO will ensure efficient Wi-Fi connection on your computer.
With the most advanced Bluetooth 5.0 technology available today, ASUS PCE-AX58BT supports connectivity with a wide range of devices including portable speakers, headphones, and gaming controllers. Bluetooth 5.0 technology provides greater performance than current Bluetooth 4.2 technology by doubling the transmission speed and four times the coverage.