At the top end is the ROG Rapture GT-AX11000, the "world's first" tri-band 802.11ax router. The 11,000 comes from--you guessed it--the sum of top link rates of 1148 Mbps on 2.4 GHz and 4804 Mbps on the separate 5 GHz low and high band radios.
Continuing the fine Wi-Fi marketing tradition of link-rate inflation, the 4804 Mbps link rate specified for the 5 GHz radios comes not from 8 streams, but from using 160 MHz bandwidth with four streams. The 2.4 GHz radio also supports four streams, with its link rate is specified using 40 MHz bandwidth.
This new addition to ASUS' line of gaming routers also sports one 2.5 Gbps Ethernet port that can be used for WAN or LAN duties. Its hardware platform also includes a quad-core CPU (Broadcom BCM4906, according to WikiDevi), 256 MB of flash, 1 GB of DDR3 RAM and two USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports.
ASUS can claim bragging rights for another first with its AiMesh AX6100 WiFi System. This is actually a bundle of two RT-AX92 routers. The RT-AX92 is also a four-stream, tri-band design, with an interesting mix of radios, including a two stream 2.4 GHz 802.11n, two stream 5 GHz 802.11ac and four stream 5 GHz 802.11ax. Maximum link rates of 400 Mbps (40 MHz banwidth), 866 Mbps (80 MHz bandwidth) and 4804 Mbps (160 MHz bandwidth) add up to the "6100" class rating.
Other features of the RT-AX92 hardware platform include Gigabit Ethernet WAN (1) and LAN (4) ports, USB 3.1 Gen 1 (1) and USB 2.0 (1) ports, 256 MB of flash and 512 MB of DDR3 RAM
ASUS also included the RT-AX88U that was announced last September at IFA 2017 in this round of announcements. It's a dual-band version of the GT-AX11000, so its inflated link rates add up to only around 6000 Mbps.
All three products are said to include Trend Micro's AiProtection security features and support ASUS' AiMesh technology that allows creating Wi-Fi mesh systems using any ASUS routers that support AiMesh. The AX6100 bundle will support AiMesh at launch, while the Rapture GT-AX11000 and RT-AX88U will add support in a firmware update "soon after launch".
ASUS' announcement does not use the word "draft" to describe the 802.11ax standard, but it should have. The 802.11ax standard is currently scheduled for Working Group approval in November 2019.
All three routers "will arrive" in Q3 2018. Pricing was not announced. For more information, hit ASUS' blog post and press release.