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D-Link AC1200 Dual Band Range Extender brings high-speed wireless connectivity to dead zones

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DAP1650A1Image HFrontThe D-Link’s Wireless AC1200 Dual Band Range Extender (DAP-1650) if officially available and shipping. The extender improves the range and signal strength of your home network for those night when streaming The Bachelorette in your bedroom just isn’t working out for your laptop.

It also doubles as an access point or media bridge. In media bridge mode, it can connect up to four wired devices to a network. The product is made to accommodate a range of connectivity needs.

The device is simple to set up and costs only $89.99. Some features include 11AC wi-fi dual band connectivity, gigabit ethernet ports, multimode functionality, wi-fi protected setup, flexibility, backward compatibility, and secure wireless encryption.

“In addition to 11AC Wi-Fi speeds, what sets the Wireless Range Extender apart from others on the market is its ability to also function as an access point or a media bridge, depending on user needs,” said Ken Loyd, director of consumer product marketing, D-Link Systems, Inc. “As an access point, the DAP-1650 connects directly to an existing router to improve its wireless speed and range. In media bridge mode, the DAP-1650 can connect up to four wired devices to a wireless network, making it the perfect solution for those looking to connect an entertainment center or home office. We know no one’s home setup is the same, so we’re proud to offer a product that is flexible enough to accommodate a range of connectivity needs.”

The D-Link Wireless AC1200 Dual Band Range Extender (DAP-1650) is available online.

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