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Epic Giveaway Day 1: Win one of two ultra-fast Asus routers

by Parm Mann on 8 December 2015, 00:01

Tags: ARM, ASUSTeK (TPE:2357)

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Day 1: Win one of two ultra-fast Asus routers

It's that time of the year, folks. Yep, the HEXUS competitions you know and love are being put into overdrive for the 2015 Epic Giveaway!

In partnership with ARM, HEXUS is giving all our readers around the globe the chance to win amazing new gadgets this holiday season. Every day for the next few weeks, we'll be giving away a brand-new gadget powered by the ARM architecture!

Our amazing array of prizes will include devices from ARM partners such as Asus, Corsair, Lenovo, Nvidia, Razer, Synology and many, many more! Each prize draw will be open for seven days to readers anywhere in the world, so bookmark our dedicated competition page to keep tabs on what's up for grabs and what's coming soon.

To get the show started, we're giving away two dual-band gigabit routers from Asus. Our first prize is the RT-AC3200, an ultra-fast 802.11ac router with a combined tri-band data rate of up to 3,200Mbps! And that's not all - our second prize is a tasty RT-AC87U router capable of Wi-Fi speeds of up to 2,334Mbps!

Want to be in with a chance of winning? Simply answer the following question, and don't forget, you can also claim a free second entry via Facebook! Good luck, and check back soon for more prizes in the 2015 Epic Giveaway!



Terms & conditions

  • There is no entry fee and no purchase necessary to enter this competition.
  • The prize draw is open to HEXUS readers aged 12 years or over.
  • The competition winner will be picked at random from all eligible entries that arrive by midnight of the closing date, December 14, 2015.
  • Only one entry is permitted per household per HEXUS entry form; second Facebook entries, if applicable, are permitted. Duplicate entries on either form will result in disqualification and no entrant may win more than one prize.
  • The winners will be notified via email by December 21, 2015. The winner must claim their prize within 7 days of the promoter sending notification. If the prize is unclaimed after this time, HEXUS reserves the right to offer the unclaimed prize to a substitute winner selected in accordance with these rules.
  • First prize is an Asus RT-AC3200 router.
  • Second prize is an Asus RT-AC87U router.
  • In the event that the prize offered is unavailable due to circumstances beyond our control, we reserve the right to offer an alternative prize of equal or greater specification.
  • Prizes will ship to winners within 45 days of the draw, though we aim for sooner.
  • HEXUS and its partners are responsible for shipping within the criteria laid out and the winner is responsible for local taxes if applicable.
  • Prize draws are not open to employees of HEXUS and their affiliates, agencies, suppliers, sponsors and members employees' immediate families.
  • Entry into the competition will be deemed as acceptance of these terms and conditions.
  • A list of previous competition winners is available at HEXUS.net/Competition_Winners.


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Could certainly use one of these, have had to revert to an old Thomson TG585 because the ZyXEL routers KC are now handing out are junk. Not that the Thomson is much better, but it atleast holds a stable connection.

Were looking at splashing on a new router early next year, but a well timed win would be pretty lucky.
Killer cool giveaway Hexus :rockon:
I was hesitant about Asus when they first entered the premium router space, but I've gotta admit, they've totally nailed it. :iloveyou:
I don't know about the 3200, but I can definitely recommend the 87U. I upgraded from some free Cisco Meraki AP, and though the software doesn't bring near as much control, I'm having a steady 360Mb/s wireless, ~8 meters into another room, and +400Mb/s on wire. Softwarewise, it is no prodigy, but it does it job in the hardware.

P.S. Is there any way to get resent the confirmation email when creating a user? Registered a user years ago, though I never got to activate it. Would rather use it than this.
Routers used to almost universally be MIPS based, wonder how many are ARM these days.

Well done ARM, but does make me a bit sad for MIPS.