ASUS launches XFINITY compatible CM-32 AC2600 Cable Modem Router
Retail cable modems aren’t a new thing, but OEMs are increasingly developing combo modem + Wi-Fi Routers – with the CM-32 ASUS’s newest entry into the market. Looking at the spec’s it appears to be a “future proof” 32×8 DOCIS 3.0 design with 802.11 AC2600 included. It does lack voice though, which is a bit off putting considering the $250 SRP. Many of the competative devices in this range are VOIP enabled.
ASUS Launches CM-32 AC2600 Cable Modem Router
— CM-32 combines an ultra-fast DOCSIS 3.0 cable modem and 802.11ac Wi-Fi router in a single device designed for Comcast XFINITY® and Spectrum® networks —
Fremont, CA (April 28, 2017) — Ditch the monthly cable modem rental fees with the new ASUS CM-32, an all-in-one DOCSIS 3.0 compatible cable modem plus 802.11ac Wi-Fi router designed for today’s gigabit cable speeds. With a best-in-class Wi-Fi design featuring MU-MIMO support, 4×4 antenna for extended range and 1734Mbps of bandwidth on the 5GHz band plus 796Mbps on the 2.4GHz band, the CM-32 is perfect for 4K streaming, online gaming, video conferencing, live broadcasting, and more. For additional information and details on the ASUS CM-32, please visit us at ASUS Edge Up.
AVAILABILITY & PRICING
Powered by an Intel® Puma™ processor with certification for Comcast XFINITY and Spectrum networks, the CM-32 ensures worry-free compatibility right out of the box. ASUS CM-32 is available now at Amazon and other leading resellers with a suggested MSRP of $249.99. Please contact your local ASUS representative for additional information or visit us at ASUS Edge Up.
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