11ac Ultra Fast Gaming Gigabit Router Tri Band from Dlink DIR-890L
The D-Link DIR-890L Wireless AC3200 Tri Band Gigabit Cloud Router creates a blazing fast home network that connects all of your computers and mobile devices to your broadband Internet connection. The newly introduced SmartConnect technology ensures that older wireless devices do not degrade the overall performance of the DIR-890L and allows wireless AC devices to have a total throughput of 3200 Mbps. The SmartConnect technology is designed to integrate all of the DIR-890L radio interfaces into one Wi-Fi network name, which provides users with one simple, easy-to-use wireless connection that will provide them with the bandwidth and reliability that only D-Link products can give.
The Advanced AC SmartBeam technology that is also in the DIR-890L brings you the future of high-bandwidth wireless connectivity, vastly increasing the speed and coverage of your network. This allows you to stream HD video, make Internet calls, and surf the Internet from every corner of your home without interruption. The high-gain external antennas send the signal into the farthest corners of your home, giving you a strong connection wherever you are. Gigabit Ethernet ports provide high-speed wired connections for up to four PCs or other devices.
File Sharing at Your Fingertips
The mydlink SharePort app allows you to connect a USB storage device to the DIR-890L and instantly share documents, movies, pictures, and music with mobile devices. Put your music library on a USB drive and share it with everyone else in your home, or show photos on the living room TV while a family member watches a movie on their mobile device. Stream media files to multiple devices without interruption, or save them to your device for offline playback. The intuitive interface lets anyone immediately connect to a variety of entertainment options stored securely on your own storage device.
Reliable and Efficient
Using the latest Wireless AC technology, which can provide transfer rates of up to 3.2Gbps (1300AC + 1300AC + 600N), the DIR-890L operates on both the 2.4 GHz and two 5 GHz wireless bands at the same time using concurrent tri-band technology and six external antennas. This allows you to browse the web, chat, and email using the 2.4 GHz band, while simultaneously streaming digital media, playing online games, or making Internet phone calls on the 5 GHz band. Advanced Quality of Service (QoS) prioritizes the most important data, such as movie streaming and online gaming; its SmartConnect feature efficiently balances the data load between the three bands, while airtime fairness ensures that wireless clients are provided with the most appropriate bandwidth for their needs.
Easy to Set Up and Use
Get the DIR-890L up and running in no time right from your couch using the QRS (Quick Router Setup) Mobile app on your smartphone or tablet. Simply plug in the router, open the app, and follow a few easy steps to get your home network connected without having to touch a computer. You can also set up a secure network with the touch of a button using Wi-Fi Protected Setup. Simply press the WPS button to instantly establish a secure connection to a new device. If you have additional mydlink cloud products, you can take advantage of mydlink Zero Configuration. Simply connect your mydlink-enabled device to the DIR-890L and the router will automatically link it to your mydlink account with no configuration required.
Use mydlink to Monitor Your Network
The Wireless AC3200 Tri Band Gigabit Cloud Router is mydlink Cloud enabled, so you can effortlessly access and view your network no matter where you are. See who is connected to your router, change settings, or block someone from using your network connection, all from an Internet connected PC, tablet, or smartphone. Parents can monitor what sites their children are visiting, to stay informed and in control on the go. Features Connectivity
• Enhanced SmartConnect feature prevents older devices from affecting optimal performance
• Advanced Wireless AC beamforming dramatically enhances wireless signal strength and throughput
• 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac wireless LAN for a complete range of wireless compatibility
• Gigabit WAN and LAN ports for high-speed wired
• Two USB ports to connect storage drives and printers for sharing mydlink Cloud
• Remotely view and manage your network over the Internet
• mydlink Lite mobile app helps you access, manage and view your network remotely
Advanced Quality of Service (QoS)
• Band steering efficiently balances the data load between the two wireless bands
• Airtime fairness optimally adjusts the data rate of wireless clients for the best performance
• WPA & WPA2 wireless encryption protects the network from intruders
• Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) securely adds devices to your network at the push of a button
|Number of WAN Connections||1|
|Number of LAN Connections||4|
|Wireless Speed||3200 (600+1300+1300) Mbps|
|Aprox Wireless Range (m)||N/A|
|Wireless Transmitter Power||N/A|
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