D-Link’s Tri-band AX11000 boasts 11,000 Mbps
D-Link has another trio of switch bundles to flaunt at CES. Like other gadget suppliers, one concentrates on security, while the others incorporate a fast one streamlined for data transfer capacity serious exercises like spilling and web based gaming, while another utilizations different switches for a work setup.
D-Link’s Ultra Wi-Fi line features the dual-band AX6000 gets speeds up to 6,000 Mbps while the tri-band AX11000 boasts 11,000 Mbps. Sure, this could be useful for a house full of active media streamers, but these routers are intended for users intending to perform multiple bandwidth-draining activities simultaneously, like file sharing and high-performance gaming. Both include one 2.5 Gbps WAN port and four Gigabit LAN ports and support 4×4 MU-MIMO. D-Link didn’t announce pricing, but both models will be available in the second half of 2018.
The Covr line, on the other hand, supports a scalable mesh WiFi network. The higher-end $320 tri-band model, out in Q2 2018, comes with two routers amplified to cover up to 6,000 sq. ft. of space, and includes built-in compatibility for Amazon’s Alexa. The dual-band model, on the other hand, includes three pods to cover 5,000 sq. ft. and will retail for $250, arriving in Q1 2018.
Finally, the AC2600 is D-Link’s security-minded router with built-in protection by McAfee, alleging automatic protection for all devices in the network. The model could be a response to the FTC’s somewhat-diluted case against D-Link for poor security, but the industry as a whole is starting to introduce devices with beefed up protection in the wake of public hacks.