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ASUS RT-14UHP Wireless Router Giveaway

In conjugation with the spirit of Merdeka , I am  giving away an ASUS RT-14UHP Wireless Router for free (worth RM 289) and also 10% discount on ASUS RT-14UHP purchases – which is made possible to the great people at ASUS Malaysia 

  • Lag when you play DOTA ?
  • Poor WiFi ?
  • Spending too much $$$ on electricity bill for leaving your PC 24/7 to torrent ?

If you have answered all of it as a yes (or not). Then uh , step right up to the giveaway.


Quick Summary 

 Ulasan Pendek 

The ASUS RT-N14UHP is one of a kind of router that is meant to replace your existing UniFi/Maxis Fibre Wireless Routers. I mean if you do a simple Google search , you’ll notice the amount of complain. The beauty of the router is that it’s huge antennas , a USB Port (which you can use it to run it as a torrent server or file server) and also the Quality of Service functionality (which allows you to play games without lag while downloading – you may read about it here) –

Also if you are interested to see how the router is in action. I have done a video review in Malay (yep it’s the first time – thanks to Aman Firdaus for giving the inspiration)

I am also doing a write-up review in English on the router and explain some of the functionality as well) – for those who prefer to read.


How To Win

Cara-Cara Untuk Memenangi Router ini

I have made it straight forward and easy to win. It takes no effort at all. Just simply follow the widget and do what it says !


You want this ? Yep go for it !

Nak memang … senang aje , itu kat bawah ni , ikut je arahan 

a Rafflecopter giveaway


The giveaway will start 1st September 2014 (0000 hours) up to 21st September 2014 (0000 hours) (+8 GMT -Malaysian time). One (1) winner would be randomly selected (for the grand prize)

For the runner up , entries will be judged based on creativeness , and participation (i.e posting up comments , tweeting about #BoostMyNetwork on how ASUS could).


Terms and Conditions

Syarat-Syarat Penyertaaan

**This campaign is opened to all Malaysian citizens above 18 years old**

1.The campaign begins on the 1st of September 0000 hours and until September 21st 2014 0000 hours (+8 GMT Malaysian time)

2. The item can be given in hand or also sent via courier (if you are not residing in Klang Valley or unable to make it)

3. The winner must snap a picture of himself/herself holding the router

4. Once the winner is picked after the contest is over , he/she must be contactable within 24 hours. Otherwise , we would pick the next person in the line.

5. The Discount Coupon for Runners-Up is only applicable and redeemable at certain participating dealers only.

6. You may tweet/post comments in either Malay or in English

Good Luck !


Special Thanks

Also thank you to the great people in ASUS Malaysia for making it possible

ASUS USB-AC56 Wireless Adapter Review

As part of #BoostMyNetwork campaign , I was given an ASUS router , which you can read the review about it by clicking it here , ASUS PCI-E Wireless card and finally a USB Dongle. This time around , I’ll be reviewing ASUS USB-AC56 Wireless Adapter which is a 802.11ac Wireless USB Adapter by ASUS  (more after the jump)


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ASUS PCE-AC68 Review – Hackint0sh Compatible

This time , I’ll be taking a look at ASUS PCE-AC68. It’s a 802.11ac Dual Band Wireless PCI-E Adapter for your desktop and best of all it is compatible with Hackint0shes – that’s right it works with MacOSX 10.85 and above. So if you are looking for a Hackint0sh compatible card – have a look


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ASUS RT-AC66U Review Part 3 : Performance & Conclusion

In this section , I’ll be taking a look at the performance of ASUS RT-AC66U and also my conclusion on the router. Do read part 1 and part 2 as well if yo want to know more about the functions of the router and the interface of the router – otherwise continue on reading on how the router compares and if it is worth your RM 719 (yep – thats the suggested retail price of the router)

Continue reading ASUS RT-AC66U Review Part 3 : Performance & Conclusion

ASUS RT-AC66U Review Part 2 : GUI & Functionality

In this part , we’ll be taking a look at the graphical user interface of the router (look and feel) and , it’s functionality. Do check out the first part of the review if you haven’t read it. This would be a 4 part epic saga in which I try to review the ASUS RT-AC66U !

GUI (The Look and feel)

ASUSWRT is what they call for their GUI. The moment that you login to your router configuration you are presented with somewhat stylish interface. You are presented and overall picture of your network (i.e – status of your internet connection , how many USB drives are connected , number of devices connected to the network) – which I think is great to have a great view in one glance

The look and feel of the ASUSWRT UI - it looks polished but at the sametime it looks cheap as well
The look and feel of the ASUSWRT UI – it looks polished but at the sametime it looks cheap as well

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ASUS RT-AC66U Review Part 1 : Hello 802.11ac

Router is no doubt an essential in our home especially with the growing number of gadgets we have (Tablets , Laptops , Smartphones , Gaming Consoles , Smart TV). It’s no longer a luxury and with the emergence of high speed Internet access and the demand from consumers to stream HD content – hence it has become an essential equipment in our home network.

ASUS RT-AC66U Box – “The next generation router”

This is where ASUS RT-AC66U comes into play. If you have a huge home network which consists of HTPC (Home Theatre PC) , Tablets , Computers , Smartphones , Gaming Console and everything-else). I’ll be taking a look a the ASUS RT-AC66U , to determine if it is worthy 802.11ac router that is capable of meeting.

As usual , this review would be split into several paths. This is the first part which basically covers of what is inside the box , ease of use and the features that comes along

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