D-Link’s Wireless Twin Routers Ensure That Your Entire House Is Wi-Fi Enabled

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D-Link's Wireless Twin Routers Ensure That Your Entire House Is Wi-Fi Enabled

D-Link comes up with two ugly looking routers that provides Wi-Fi coverage to every corner of your house

Most consumer-level routers cannot create a Wi-Fi network that covers every corner of a large house. As a result, larger homes suffer from poor Wi-Fi connections. To combat this problem, D-Link has now come up with a kit with twin routers that guarantees comprehensive Wi-Fi coverage from day one. It is offering a top-end router with a powerful extender.

The twin routers, AC4300 Tri-Band MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router and AC1300 Gigabit Wi-Fi Extender when placed cleverly in your home can maximize signal strength and address connectivity issues in a room far away from your router.

D-Link says setup is a breeze, mainly because the two devices were made to communicate with one another out of the box. You will also get tri-band Wi-Fi via a single 2.4GHz band and dual 5GHz bands, and multi-user MIMO technology that assigns wireless devices to their own antennae to help ensure that simultaneous data transmissions don’t get bogged down across the network and provide maximize signal strength.

Designed to work perfectly together, the other advantage to having a pair of wireless devices is that the D-Link Unified Home Wi-Fi Network Kit can ensure that whatever’s connected to your Wi-Fi network will talk to either the main AC4300 router or the AC1300 extender depending on which can provide a better signal at the time.

The twin devices can also detect which can provide the better signal, and links to your TV, smartphone or any other devices that you are connecting with. If you’re moving around, the router and extender will hand your device off as needed. To minimize slowdowns, they will work in tandem to ensure that the network load is automatically balanced across the various wireless bands supported by them.

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