In addition to its range of advanced features for supreme performance, the AC1900 Wi-Fi Router features a brand new user interface that makes it easier than ever to control a network right from a smartphone or tablet device. Enabling parental controls, blocking unwanted devices, monitoring internet activity and creating Wi-Fi guest networks has never been simpler. The router supports simple setup using a mobile phone or tablet with the free Quick Router Setup (QRS) app. More about the D-Link AC1900 Wi-Fi Router (DIR-880L): 11AC Wi-Fi Dual Band Connectivity - Speeds of up to 1300 Mbps on the 5GHz band and 600Mbps on the 2.4GHz band for maximum throughput with less Wi-Fi interference Gigabit Ethernet Ports - Four 10/100/1000Mbps Ethernet ports provide high-speed wired connectivity Brand New GUI - New intuitive user interface for simple management of a wireless network; optimized for mobile devices with touch enabled controls and designed to give users quick access to status and management of their router and connected devices. Traffic Prioritization - Advanced QoS engine distributes traffic optimally across both wireless bands to guarantee the best performance Wi-Fi Protected Setup - Push button for easy connection to a wireless network Backward Compatible - Works with existing Wi-Fi devices (802.11n/g/b) Secure Wireless Encryption - Uses WPA™ or WPA2™ security Availability and Pricing The D-Link® AC1900 Wi-Fi Router (DIR-880L) is now available for
Maximum wireless signal rate derived from draft IEEE 802.11ac specifications.
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