D-Link Wi-Fi 6 USB 3.0 adapter and mesh router
D-Link has launched the DWA-X1850 AX1800 Wi-Fi 6 USB 3.0 adapter along with the DIR-X3260 AX3200 Wi-Fi 6 mesh router to power the number of high-bandwidth devices and support high-intensity data traffic for remote workers, students and families.
The DWA-X1850 is a slim and compact wireless adapter that plugs into any USB port and provides instant connectivity to a laptop or PC. It delivers Wi-Fi 6 performance for existing desktop and notebook computers. Featuring the latest 802.11ax Wi-Fi 6 technology, it delivers combined speeds up to 574 Mbps + 1200 Mbps, for large file transfers. The adapter also features 128-bit WPA3 encryption giving security over network and device protection.
Its multi-user or MU-MIMO technology provides upstream and downstream transmission and orthogonal frequency division multiple access where small data packets destined for multiple devices are transmitted together and never have to queue up again. Installation is simple and the dongle can also easily be carried around when out and about.
The DIR-X3260 EXO AX AX3200 Wi-Fi 6 mesh router provides 2400 Mbps on the 5 GHz and 800 Mbps on the 2.4 GHz band, for applications such as high-quality videoconferencing, VR, 8K video streaming and more. The durable 1024-QAM boosts throughput to devices by up to 25% and its 160 MHz contiguous channel width supports a larger number of devices.
Wi-Fi mesh technology provides simple syncing with compatible D-Link mesh extenders. As a result, users can roam seamlessly around their home on a mobile device without fearing signal degradation or a dropped connection. Firmware upgrades are automated, and in the unlikely event an upgrade fails, the system retains the pre-existing configuration.
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