Whether you're in the basement, the garden or the living room, you want all your WiFi devices to work smoothly. The ASUS Lyra whole-home mesh WiFi system uses three wirelessly connected hubs to deliver a superfast, reliable and secure signal to every corner of your home.
Its intelligent technology gives you the freedom to roam anywhere around the house, automatically connecting you to the best signal at all times.
ASUS Lyra intelligently connects you to the best signal source and switches seamlessly between hubs without interruption as you move through your home — so you'll always enjoy a smooth, strong signal.
WiFi, Made Simple
With ASUS Lyra, we've made WiFi simple. Lyra creates a single WiFi network for the entire house, so there's no need to worry about which network to connect to — Lyra does all the complicated work for you. All you have to do is enjoy your seamless WiFi connection!
More Bands, More Capacity
To give you maximum performance, ASUS Lyra uses three separate frequency bands. Each hub uses one band to communicate with the others, leaving the other two bands completely free for superfast connections to your devices.
Smart Antennas for Stable WiFi
Each Lyra hub has four integrated smart antennas. When you add a new hub to your existing Lyra network, it checks the strength and quality of each antenna's connection and uses the best two. So if there's more than one other hub on the network, Lyra will automatically connect to the hub with the best signal.
Faster WiFi, for Every Hub
Lyra's tri-band design and smart-antenna technology optimizes the connection between hubs, so each and every hub gets the best possible WiFi signal for maximum stability. Even in the most challenging conditions, Lyra's long-range WiFi performance at the most distant hub is better than competing multi-hub systems.
*Comparison based on 5GHz bi-directional throughput tests performed in a controlled ASUS lab environment, using ASUS Lyra and a competing tri-band, tri-hub mesh system. The second hub was located 50m from the primary hub, and the most distant hub was an extra 8m away.