A new wireless extender for Asus’ Rog laptops is now available on Amazon, and it may help you stop your computer from locking up while you’re doing something else.
Asus’ new wireless extension, the Stripe Wireless Extenders, is part of the company’s Rog laptop line, which is aimed at gamers, multimedia enthusiasts, and other users looking for an additional piece of hardware that is designed to extend wireless connectivity over USB.
The Stripe extenders, which Asus calls the “Rog Wireless Exteners,” come in three models.
The first, the “Pulsar,” is designed specifically for use with Rog’s Rog Wireless Adapter, a USB-C charging port that can also be used as a full-size keyboard.
The second, the Rog Wireless Extensors, are designed for use on the Razer Blade Stealth laptop, and are also designed to work with the Razer Ornate Wireless Mouse.
The third, the Rogue Wireless Extends, are for use in other laptops that require a separate USB-A port, such as the Razer BlackWidow Stealth, the Razer DeathAdder Stealth, and the Razer Bamboo Stealth.
The new wireless adapters are designed to be attached to a USB 3.0 port on the back of the Rog laptop, with a thin piece of wire or adhesive attached to the cable.
The wire or cable will be used to power the extenders via USB-to-USB cables.
The extenders can be purchased on Amazon for $39.99, or in the US for $29.99.
The Asus Stripe wireless extenders are available for $59.99 as an add-on for the Rog range of laptops, or for $119.99 individually.
The Wireless Extendors are a great way to extend your wireless connection when you’re using an external monitor or gamepad, as well as to extend the life of the laptop’s USB-B port if you’re plugged in at the same time.
The Rog Wireless extenders don’t work with most USB-Type C peripherals, though.
That’s because the wireless adapters have a low-power USB-D connector that needs to be connected to the computer via a USB cable.
Asus also includes a “Thunderbolt” port on some of its other laptops, but the Rog wireless extends only support Thunderbolt 3 ports.
To use these extenders with a Thunderbolt-toable USB-c adapter, the extender needs to plug into the computer’s Thunderbolt port first, and then attach the Thunderbolt adapter directly to the extends.
If you don’t have an Thunderbolt adapter, you can also use the USB-U to USB Type-C adapter to connect an external Thunderbolt device to the Rog Extenders.
If all else fails, you could always use an Ethernet cable to connect your computer to an external USB-powered monitor.
The wireless extensors are compatible with ASUS’s new USB-based laptops, including the Rog Stealth, Rog M1, and Rog M2.
You can use the extensers to connect the Rog M3 to your computer via USB and the Rog S3 to a Thunderbolt 2 device, but you won’t be able to use the extended USB-a ports on the Rog laptops to plug in an external external monitor.
Asus has also released a new Wireless Adapter Adapter that is compatible with USB-Tethering technology.
The ASUS Wireless Extending Adapter is a small, USB-enabled accessory that works with the Asus Rog Wireless adapters.
The device is designed for connecting to the USB ports on ASUS’ Rog Wireless range of devices, such the Rog Bamboo and Rog Ornate.
The company says the ASUS Wireless Adapter is “a simple, low-profile, and easy-to use way to add an external keyboard or mouse to your Rog Wireless laptops.”
It can also support 802.11ac Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, and Bluetooth 5.1, though the company hasn’t released any support for Qualcomm’s new 802.15AC Wi-fi standard.
You’ll need to be on the same network as the ASUS wireless adapter to use it.
If that network isn’t the same as your home network, you’ll need an external wireless router.