Officially the price of the Blue Cave has not been announced yet but according to a spokesperson the price of this startling Wi-Fi router will be under $200. The router comes with commercial-grade security and family-friendly features for consumers while providing ultrafast performance as seen in its AC2600-class rating, with concurrent dual-band speed. Most routers that are being sold today including the latest affordable addition, the Mi Router 3C have their antennas on the outside but the ASUS Blue Cave has its four antennas built into the device; to be exact, they lie on the top half of the hole.
There are no ugly antennas here, with the Asus Blue Cave aiming to be pleasing to the eyes.
ASUS Blue Cave, Computex 2017 Best Choice Golden Award victor, is an elegantly designed AC2600-class dual-band smart Wi-Fi router that combines superb performance, commercial-grade security and family friendly features with stylish good looks. The company has also augmented the capacity of the number of devices which can be connected concurrently to the router. So, we can declare this newly launched router as "Antenna-less".
Blue Cave can be easily managed from the user's tablets and smart phones, users can easily control the access of the internet and can also view the network usage.
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Obviously, the USP of this device is the hole which ASUS calls a "central aperture" is bathed in gentle blue light.
That is, it protects all the connected smart devices on the home networks.
The Blue Cave has also got support for IFTTT, through which you can create automated tasks for any IFTTT-equipped device or service, and Alexa, which should help you talk to other Internet-of-Things devices.
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.