Whether someone is at home, work, school, hotel, or sporting events, chances are they would love to be connected to Wi-Fi. Cellular networks are much better than they were years ago, but there’s still nothing like a quality Wi-Fi connection. Like every radio, Wi-Fi access points only have so much output power, and even at ideal power levels for an access point, it may not extend to the far reaches of an area. A common way to reach hard to reach areas is with an extender. D-Link Wi-Fi Audio Extender will help extend a 2.4GHz b/g/n Wi-Fi network and also has a little bonus, audio streaming!
We carry smart devices in our pockets, but for as smart as our personal gear is, our homes are severely lacking in technology. Without a wattmeter it is difficult to track how much power an outlet is using, and if you want to put an outlet on a schedule, current timers are clunky and confusing. Enter smart products and an initiative of having a connected home. D-Link Wi-Fi Smart Plug will track power usage, set schedules, and allows remote operation of outlets.
Powerline adapters are a great tool to expand your network to areas it may not have been able to reach. As bandwidth demands increase, HomePlug standards have been keeping up. D-Link brings us their latest HomePlug AV2 compliant powerline adapters that feature MIMO and up to 2Gbps.
D-Link is releasing a new family of Ultra series routers. The first to launch is AC3200 which shows off the family’s aggressive style in a red metallic paint, tri-band, multiple antennas, and a ton of power under the hood.
Those pesky Wi-Fi dead spots. I’m sure everyone has experienced those annoying times when you can’t just seem to get a solid Wi-Fi signal. Those times when you get a brief weak Wi-Fi signal and then disappears are the worst ones, they are so frustrating! Well today I’ve got something a little special to share with you today. I review the D-Link DHP-W310AV PowerLine AV+ Wireless N Mini Extender.
D-Link showed a preview of its new fashionable routers, the D-Link Color series. These 802.11ac routers will come in three colors, Candy Red, Champagne Gold and Vintage Blue, and have features similar to the standard routers that D-Link ships now.
D-Link unveiled the DIR-510L, a portable router that also has a 4000 mAh battery for exceptional router life as well as portable device charging. The router creates an 802.11ac Wi-Fi access point at 750 Mbps combined over the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz bands perfect for sharing cellular data connections with friends, family, coworkers, and that guy that never remembers to bring his own connection to conventions.
The mydlink Network Video Recorder (DNR-312L) is a single bay NAS device that sports HDMI out and up to 4 TB of storage for up to nine D-Link cameras over its gigabit Ethernet connection.
According to D-Link, its upcoming gaming-focused network router, the DGL-5500, will start off with its shipping on August 1. Customers located in the States can pre-order the device now for $199.99 USD. This router uses Qualcomm’s StreamBoost technology to prioritize specific apps and games.
D-Link has released a brand new dual-band wireless Gigabit router. The DIR-850L is an AC 1200 router so it operates at both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz wireless bands. Not only do you have wireless support, but you also have 4 Gigabit Ethernet ports and a single USB port. You can connect a USB hard drive to the DIR-850L for easy file access on any device that is connected to the router.
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