Linksys Wireless AC3200 Dual Band Router (WRT32X-CA)

Model Number: WRT32X-CA
Web Code: 11641193

Overview

Get competitive-edge speeds, cable-free, with the Linksys AC3200 dual-band Wi-Fi gaming router. It features a custom gaming user interface and firmware, and pro-grade hardware, including a 1.8GHz dual-core CPU that delivers a lag-free gaming experience. A Killer Prioritization Engine reduces peak ping by up to 77% with compatible PCs.
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  • Dual-band router (2.4GHz and 5GHz) supports 802.11a/g/n/ac Wi-Fi
  • 1.8GHz dual-core CPU helps ensure lag-free gaming
  • Killer Prioritization Engine minimizes peak ping by 77% when used with Killer-enabled PCs
  • Built exclusively for gaming, featuring a custom gaming user interface and firmware

Wireless Networking Features

Usable Wi-Fi Coverage per Unit
2000 sq ft
Recommended # of Connected Devices
20
Wireless Standard Generation
Wi-Fi 5
Wireless Standard
802.11a/g/n/ac
Wireless Speed
AC3200
Number of Bands
2
Frequency Bands
2.4GHz and 5GHz
MU-MIMO
Yes

Wired Networking Features

Number of WAN Ports
1
Number of LAN Ports
4

Network Security / Management Features

Works with Google Assistant
No
Works with Amazon Alexa
No

Physical Features

Colour
Black
Width
193.8 cm
Height
51.82 cm
Depth
245.87 cm
Width (Inches)
7.63 in
Height (Inches)
2.04 in
Depth (Inches)
9.68 in
Weight
798.32 g
  • WRT32X-CA
  • Quick Start Guide
  • 4 x Antennas
  • Ethernet Cable
  • Power Adapter

  • Expensive... But worth it
    by

    from Prince George, BC on November 17, 2018

    First and foremost, this is marketed as a gaming router geared towards hardcore gamers. What sets this router apart is the fact that it claims to reduce your ping by 77%. It includes a piece of tech called "Killer Networking" and it's supposed to talk to PCs that have a "Killer Networking" Ethernet card or Wifi card. So if your like me and you don't have a "Killer Enabled" PC, then I guess you won't benefit from that feature. Instead, you will have to use regular old QoS prioritization like any other router. So I cannot tell you if it actually reduces your ping by that much. But what I can tell you is... everything else about this product is excellent. The build quality, the antennas, the Custom-built firmware, the wifi coverage and channels are all high quality. The custom firmware is probably one of it's strongest features. It's so simple and easy to navigate. UPNP works like a dream. I haven't had to open any ports for my games or consoles, everything just works right out of the box, no "Strict Nat". The dual-core processor helps keep it quick and responsive. You can also use 5ghz channels that most people don't have yet so in my congested apartment, I get 100% signal strength with 0 congestion on my channel and full download and upload speeds on WiFi. Even if you don't use the "Killer Networking" features, this router is quality. Maybe wait for a sale because it is very expensive but even at full price, it's worth it.


  • A Gamer's dream
    by

    from Surrey, BC on February 14, 2018

    The packaging makes a very "premium" impression, and the assembly is super easy: after screwing the four antennas into the router, you're done! The unit overall impression of being very sturdy and elegant. The Killer Prioritization features rocks, I’m using it with my Razer PC. It has change the way that I game. The response time has never been so fast. If you are a gamer you need this router.


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