Unboxing the new ASUS RT-AC5300 wireless router

ASUS has released a new super-fast tri-band AC router, named the Asus RT-AC5300.

A great feature of this router is that it uses the Asus WRT firmware that has lots of great features.  The three best feature for me are:
  1. automatic QoS (quality of service) which allows you to choose whether the router priorities video streaming traffic, gaming traffic or web browsing
  2. automatic band and channel selection will put each of you devices onto the best of three bands (2.4 GHz or one of two 5 GHz) and best channel so each device performs at its best
  3. VPN client so you can choose to route all of your internet traffic through your third party VPN provider (such as Private Internet Access).

Check out the unboxing of the new Asus RT-AC5300 below:

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Unboxing the new Intel Compute Stick STCK1A32WFC

Intel is now selling its new “ultra-slim computer” which is only slightly larger than a USB thumb drive, aptly named the “Intel Compute Stick”.

The Intel Compute Stick ushers in new and cheap ultra portable computing that will make your dumb high definition television super smart by plugging directly into the HDMI port powered by USB.

The Intel Compute Stick comes with Microsoft Windows 8.1 with Bing and, unlike some competitors, Windows is activated and fully licensed for you to use.  The processor is a quad core Intel Atom Z3735F with 2Mb cache, up to 1.83GHz and using the 22nm process.

The stick comes with 2Gb of RAM, 32Gb of embedded storage, integrated WiFI 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, Intel HD Audio and HDMI integrated graphics.  Great news is Intel has also chosen not to install any bloatware whatsoever including only an optional, not already installed, 12 month subscription to McAfee antivirus.

Below is my unboxing video for the Intel Compute Stick.

Unboxing the Intel Compute Stick with Bing STCK1A32WFC 

Once you have it up and running it is a great: