Welcome to Asus Support Services by Australia Router Support
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Asus brand comes from ASUSTek Computer Inc. This is an electronic company based in Taipei, Taiwan. Asus is a sub-brand of ASUSTek Computer Inc., which is majorly involved with the manufacturing of electronic chip and processor based electronic products like Notebooks , Laptops , desktop computers , motherboards , monitors , tablets , servers , video cards & Networking products like routers , modems, switches , cameras etc. Asus corporations offers a lot of extended accessories and features compared to any other electronic support brands. Which makes things a bit complicated when it comes down to understand , setup and reconfigure these products one by one. This is where our company comes in providing technical support service for all Asus products on remote also on – site support for high end – low end consumers.
Australia Router Support (ARS) Inc. : Asus Support
Possibly the most common question in homes now a days after “What’s for dinner?” is “Is the Internet down?” This is followed closely by “Does the network seem slow?” and “Do you mind if I restart the router?” We’ve all become incredibly dependent on having a fast, reliable Internet connection. Australia Router Support (ARS) Inc.’s Asus support specialists makes sure that all Asus customers get reliable , fast internet 24/7. Our Asus support specialists are are very well trained in all Asus Networking Products like routers and NAS. Because of the 24/7 reliable customer support makes all consumers tense free. Of course, Internet in the home no longer means one PC connected to a cable modem. It’s not unusual to have a dozen or more devices all trying to share the same connection including PCs, smartphones, tablets, gaming consoles, streaming media devices, and printers, not to mention those “smart home” devices like thermostats, lightbulbs, talking robots, and much more. This is where Australia Router Support (ARS) Inc.’s expertise lie within. Our expert technicians don’t just support Asus router but all the other products which connects to Asus router , it may be both wireless and wired. We never say no thats the policy Australia Router Support (ARS) Inc. follows and works on. To that list of network connected devices, many people have also added a wireless router device and NAS. These devices let you centralize storage and backup in your home so that files that need to be accessed by multiple people or devices aren’t all stored on one computer which may or may not be turned on when you need it. Most homes with NAS devices are using standalone units that plug into an Ethernet port on their Asus router, but some NAS devices are integrated into wireless routers of Asus. Another popular path to NAS is plugging a standard external hard drive into the USB port found on many Asus routers.
Australia Router Support Survey on Asus Support Service
Throughout the year, Australia Router Support (ARS) Inc.’s analysts help you choose routers and NAS devices by exhaustively benchmarking and analyzing the speed, features, and usability of dozens of units. This month, we enhance our analysts’ insights by turning to you, our readers, in Australia Router Support (ARS) Inc.’s survey on NAS and Asus routers. Our Asus router support service experts survey helps us gauge how these products stand up over continued usage by gathering all Asus networking products customers feedback on how satisfied you are with the hardware and software you use and how well the companies who make those devices stand behind them when you need help. One of the most important aspects of our survey is filling in the blanks on reliability. Australia Router Support (ARS) Inc.’s analysts can look at some aspects of reliability during their testing, but our survey provides insights over long-term continual usage of Asus router support services. Not everyone will have the same experience with a product, but by gathering feedback from actual users, patterns emerge. Your mileage may vary but at least you have a good idea of the experience you can expect when you pick a brand like Asus . So read on and find out which vendors’ routers and NAS devices you should consider for your connected home. The Australia Router Support (ARS) Inc. survey for Routers and Network-Attached Storage was in the field from March 7, 2016 through April 11, 2016. For more information on how the survey is conducted, read the survey methodology. Each person who completed the survey was entered into a drawing to win a $350 Australia Router Support (ARS) Inc. gift card. You can win! Sign up for the Survey mailing list to receive invitations for future sweepstakes. Looking for expert opinion? Read The 10 Best Wireless Routers of 2016 and The 10 Best Network-Attached Storage (NAS) Devices of 2016. Routers Creating a home wireless network that provides a strong signal everywhere isn’t easy. A few interesting new entrants into the home router market over the past year spotlight these difficulties. Google, in partnership with Asus, came out with two OnHub routers with a focus on ease of use (they’re set up and monitored with a simple smartphone app) and excellent coverage. Australia Router Support (ARS) Inc.’s Asus support services provide technical support for these devices too. Eero is a new player tackling the coverage issue by creating a mesh network throughout the house. Luma announced a similar though less expensive solution but isn’t shipping yet. Too few of our respondents are using the OnHub or Eero routers, so they’re not included in our survey results. However, a couple of the established players, like Asus, have been providing very satisfying home networking experiences for years. This year, once again, they share the PCMag Readers’ Choice Award & Australia Router Support (ARS) Inc.’s Readers Choice Award for routers. This is Asus’s 5th straight year winning the award. Asus’s average overall satisfaction rating this year was 8.9 (on a scale from 0 for extremely dissatisfied to 10 for extremely satisfied); Apple rated an 9.0. Both are down one-tenth of a point from last year, but their highest rated competitors, TP-Link and Cisco, only managed an 8.4. In 2015, TP-Link had an overall satisfaction in router support rating of 8.7 and earned an honorable mention but unfortunately it couldn’t keep up with Asus router support. Apple usually doesn’t offer many choices in a product category and in networking, it’s no exception. Where Asus plays a big role in international market for supporting routers and giving out customer service for the same. Apple company only has three routers (which it calls base stations): the AirPort Extreme and AirPort Express and the TimeCapsule, which is essentially an AirPort Extreme with a built-in hard drive acting as a NAS. None have been updated since 2013. Where in the same market Asus has launched more than 30 varieties of routers, few NAS systems. Taking in mind the buying capacity of customers Asus support has introduced the price range which varies from 50$ to more than 1000$ per router. Giving out lot of features and advanced technology built into it with a very user friendly input-output system of user interface and softwares Asus uses. In some cases if the UI/UX is not compatible with any consumers Australia Router Support (ARS) Inc. is the best solution for all of them. But that doesn’t stop our readers from appreciating what Apple puts into the products. Asus, on the other hand, has very different approach , the two companies’ ratings are very similar. Both rate 9.0 for likelihood to recommend, a very important gauge of satisfaction. More than 50 percent of respondents reported needing tech support during the past year, and only 2 percent of respondents needed repairs with the hardware part within the last 12 months. Again, TP-Link was better with only 1 percent needing repairs; the same percentage was reported for D-Link. Apple rated slightly higher for satisfaction with reliability at 9.1, but Asus was right behind at 9.0. Asus had the highest rating for ease of setup at 9.1, tied with TP-Link. (We only ask respondents with routers less than a year old about their setup experience and did not receive enough responses for Apple.) Several of Australia Router Support (ARS) Inc.’s survey respondents say they use a router that’s integrated with their broadband modem. Typically, these are provided by the respondent’s Internet service provider and respondents are rarely as satisfied with these combo devices as they are with standalone routers. This year is no exception.
WINNERS: ASUS SUPPORT
Asus has won the Australia Router Support (ARS) Inc. Readers’ Choice Award for routers every year since 2005. It has released various few new routers like Asus RT-AC5300U , RT-AC66U , Asus RT-AC88U since 2013 and Asus’s products continue to delight users. Asus Router’s base stations are the very definition of a product done right in the eyes of the user. Asus With a Readers’ Choice Award & Australia Router Support (ARS) Inc.’s Bloggers’ Choice Award win every year since 2012, Asus seems to make a different router for every budget and need. Respondents continue to be very satisfied with what the company has to offer. Network-Attached Storage (NAS) Network-attached storage isn’t ubiquitous on home networks and this is a shame. NAS can provide so many benefits, including making it much easier to back up computers and share photos, videos, music and other files across the network and even across the Internet. The devices don’t have to be very expensive, typically starting at under $300 for a couple of terabytes of storage. Once set up, the best require very little maintenance and can provide a lot of peace of mind. You can add a simple NAS to your home network either by using a router with a built-in hard drive, or by attaching an external drive to the USB port built into many Asus routers. If a consumer finds the setup and configuration of such devices to be difficult and not so easy to configure Australia Router Support (ARS) Inc.’s 24/7 technical support line with Expert technicians on the call specialists in Asus devices can you help you anytime and anywhere in Australia. However, Australia Router Support (ARS) Inc.’s respondents prefer to use standalone NAS devices, some of which are scalable to allow for multiple drives to increase storage and provide redundancy to improve reliability. Asus support had identical overall satisfaction ratings this year: 9.0. Compared to 2015, this is an improvement of 0.1 for Asus corporation. No other brand of NAS is providing nearly as satisfying experience. Buffalo is the next closest competitor, with an overall satisfaction rating of 8.3. Netgear was right behind at 8.2, a drop from last year’s 8.4. Our two award winners especially set themselves apart when it comes to reliability. Both received a reliability rating of 9.3, far better than Buffalo’s 8.5. Only 1 percent of Asus routers and 2 percent of Asus camera devices required repairs over the last 12 months compared to an average of 4 percent for the four other companies rated. No one else had a rating higher than 8.1 except Asus. Australia Router Support (ARS) Inc.’s survey also asked about several aspects of Asus router support & NAS usage, including satisfaction with backup and storing files for access across the network and Internet. Again, Asus sets itself apart from the rest. Rated 9.3 for satisfaction with storing photos, music, and videos for access on the network and 9.4 for satisfaction with storing other files. The Asus corporation also received ratings of 9.1 for satisfaction with backup, far better than any competitor in all networking devices in the current international market. If you’re not ready to dive with both feet into hard disk in the router, consider an integrated Asus router support or adding a USB drive to your existing Asus router. However, while Asus had an overall satisfaction rating of 9.2 for its integrated devices , satisfaction with specific Asus integrated router-related tasks were more consistent with the Buffalo, Netgear, Seagate, and Western Digital than they were with Asus. See all of our survey results for Integrated Router System. WINNERS: INTEGRATED ROUTER SYSTEMS Asus Corporation has won the Australia Router Support (ARS) Inc.’s Readers’ Choice Award for network attached storage every year since 2012. Asus router support keeps that impressive streak going by delivering devices that handle all of its customers needs from backup to sharing files across the network and the Internet. Respondents were extremely pleased with every aspect of their devices, starting with very impressive reliability.
Asus Support in Australia by Australia Router Support
Specially in Australia which is getting on the peak of being a leader in worlds tele-communication service providing with various stream of devices. In the I.T. hubs of Australia, places like Sydney , Melbourne , Perth , Adelaide , Brisbane where the demand for networking service like IT support , router customer service , router support , on-site repairing is increasing day by day, Australia Router Support (ARS) Inc.’s technicians are giving their best 24/7 for providing the best user experience and customer service possible for all brands. Specially for Asus routers and other devices.
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