Dell and ASUS have rolled out their own routers, giving the likes of Linux users access to the latest and greatest Linux operating systems.
The company also has a set of trusted hardware and software that you can trust with your computing devices.
The Dell Edge 10 Pro router features an Intel i5 processor with 8GB of RAM and an Intel HD 530 graphics card.
Dell has also included a 256GB solid state drive (SSD) as well as a 32GB internal flash storage.
Dell’s Edge 10 is also available with a range of cloud storage options.
The Asus router has an Intel 802.11ac wireless card and the router comes with a 512GB SSD and 802.15.4 Wi-Fi Direct.
Asus has also added a 1TB external drive, a Bluetooth 4.1, Bluetooth 2.1 LE, and an HDMI port.
The router supports Gigabit Ethernet, 802.16ac Wi-FbE, and Wi-fi Direct.
The ASUS router comes in both 4 and 6GB models, with the 6GB model going for $200 while the 4GB model will cost $150.
You can also pick up the Asus router with a 2-year warranty, and you can also upgrade the router if you like.
Dell also has an 802.13ac wireless router, which is currently only compatible with 802.17a, but Dell has plans to make the feature available to 802.21a and 802 to 10a networks.
In addition to Linux, the Asus Routers come with Windows and OS X as well.
It supports the latest version of Windows 10 and OSX 10.10, but the Asus Router doesn’t support macOS.
The Asus Router is available for $199.99 with a two-year contract, and the device comes with an annual service contract for $249.99.