Asus' Blue Cave Router Has a Huge Hole In It

Lena Tucker
May 31, 2017

Asus has unveiled its Blue Cave router at Computex 2017. It is the AC2600 dual-band WiFi router and it isn't good by only its looks but also with the features offered. Most of the people love to explore different types of videos online from YouTube, NetFlix and many other such places and this new Asus Blue Cave delivers smooth 4K UHD video streaming with lag-free gaming and much more. The new Blue Cave router is built-in with ASUS AiProtection to provide more security to the Antenna.

Blue Cav looks more like a subwoofer instead of a Wi-Fi router, making it an exclusive and eye-catching device.

We have seen various devices getting unveiled at the Computex 2017 event, which is now going on in Taipei.

Most of the users must be pondering over this fact that why this device is called Blue Cave The name attributes the design; blue colored hole resembles to a whirlpool in the middle of the device. The router also supports IFTTT to integrate with IFTTT-enabled digital devices and other tasks to be done automatically.

The company designed the router in such a way that the router does not need any antenna. The company has also augmented the capacity of the number of devices which can be connected concurrently to the router. The hole actually separates the antennas from the motherboard.

Blue Cave uses Asus AiProtection, the first "commercial-grade security for home networks". It is the latest Wi-Fi router with unique design and features. The solution apparently ensures that IoT and smart devices in the network are protected from hack attacks. You can also easily monitor and control each family member's internet and app usage from your mobile device.

The Asus Blue Cave doesn't have a release date yet, but it will cost you $180 (roughly Rs. 11,600) when it does arrive on the market.

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