The wireless connectivity veterans at Asus announced a brand new mesh WiFi gadget today referred to as Lyra Trio. The white-and-blue gadgets are pretty functionally much like last year’s Lyra gadget: Lyra Trio comes as a three-pack (manifestly), the three individual routers working in live performance to blanket a big region in WiFi coverage. This year’s version is less expensive, though: the Lyra Trio will retail for $299.99, as opposed to the 2017 model, which went for $399.99 at release.
ASUS Lyra Trio Home Mesh WiFi System Design
The Lyra Trio is a effective and smart home mesh community system that contains three units. As we will see from the pics, each unit sports activities a unique pyramidal from element, and the compact layout allows you to without difficulty deploy them everywhere in your home. Meanwhile, the easy contours and stylish colorings make certain the device blends well with exceptional interior ornament style.
ASUS Lyra Trio Home Mesh WiFi System Features
The Lyra Trio home WiFi system is powerful enough to cover up to 5400 sq. ft, and a unique triangular antenna design is designed to minimize interference and transmit the WiFi signal vertically as well as horizontally for enhanced reception and performance in a multi-story house.
Furthermore, the home mesh network system also features advanced cloud-based security powered by Trend Micro, which protects all connected devices in the home network from various threads from the Internet. Moreover, each Lyra Trio unit supports Ethernet backhaul, which means you can use network cables to connect multiple units. Its custom app allows enables PC-free setup, network management and diagnostics. Apart from these, the system supports Amazon Alexa, so you can control it with your voice commands.
ASUS Lyra Trio Home Mesh WiFi System Price
ASUS Lyra Trio home mesh WiFi system is priced at $299.99 USD. If you’re interested, jump to Amazon for its more details. If you want efficient than this, then the Netgear Orbi High-Performance AC3000 Tri-Band Wi-Fi System is the only one that’s just right, revealed at computer conferences 2017 usa.