D-Link DIR-895L AC5300 Tri-Band MU-MIMO Wireless Router

D-Link DIR-895L AC5300
Tri-Band MU-MIMO Wireless Router
-Extraordinary and Powerful Wi-Fi Performance For HD Streaming & Gaming-


Singapore, Feb 2016 – D-Link, one of the world’s biggest suppliers of networking products, has launched DIR-895L AC5300 Tri-Band MU-MIMO Wireless Router which delivers premium performance for today's most demanding tasks: HD streaming, gaming, and multiple device usage. With speeds of up to 5.3Gbps, tri-band connectivity (one 2.4GHz and two 5GHz), AC SmartBeam technology, Advanced Quality of Service (QoS), eight high-performance external antennas for maximum range and a new user interface, your home network coverage will be taken to the next level.

Super-Charged with Smarter Wireless AC
DIR-895L is the heart of your Smart Home connectivity. Equipped with DUAL core processor, gigabit ports and tri-band where it provides a blazing fast home network that connects all of your computers, mobile devices and smart home devices to your broadband Internet connection.

Equipped with 3 wireless module (one 2.4GHz and two 5GHz) and built based on Broadcom NitroQAMTM technology, DIR-895L can provide up to 2167 Mbps on per 5GHz band and 1000 Mbps on 2.4GHz band, offering abundant bandwidth to cater all your needs.

In-Built SmartConnect technology ensures that wireless clients are connecting to the best wireless signal automatically so that you can experience the most stable and best performing that you can experience.

The Advanced AC SmartBeam technology that is also in the DIR-895L brings you the future of high-bandwidth wireless connectivity, by focusing the wireless beam to the connected devices., resulting in better coverage and speed experience.

Built based on latest AC WAVE II standard where the MU-MIMO technology is incorporated, the DIR-895L can con-currently communicate with multiple MU-MIMO clients at the same time, letting users enjoy lag-free, fast and seamless internet experience.

No more lag in media streaming, gaming and general efficiency
By offering simultaneous Tri-Band connectivity, DIR-895L is able to deliver high volume of data transmission, eliminating the possibility of lag which ruins the experience of the users. The 2.4 Ghz band is ideal for Internet surfing, sharing printers on a network, and video streaming with Skype. The 5 GHz bands are tailor-made for streaming media in HD and online gaming, allowing the users to experience the ultimate in lag free gaming and 4K media streaming.

Controlling your network just got easier
Control your network like never before. Using the D-Link DIR-895L’s mydlink cloud service, you can monitor Internet activity, block unwanted devices, such as laptop, smartphone, PC. Parents can monitor what sites their children are visiting, to stay informed and in control on the go. The mydlink SharePort app allows you to connect a USB 3.0/2.0 storage device to the DIR-895L 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 another family member watches a movie on their mobile device.

Easy to Set Up and Use
Get the DIR-895L 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. Thanks to D-Link Intelligent QoS Engine, it prioritises (drag and drop) your devices and ensures the tip-top network performance for the current high intensive data network environment. With the new simple and clear user interface, the navigation and configuration is now fast and easy - you can even check on your connected devices' statistics. Bottom line, fewer clicks to get where you need to go.

The D-Link DIR-895L AC5300 Ultra Wi-Fi Router will be available in Q1 2016
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