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D-Link launches the world's first Wi-Fi 6 adapter

 


CeS 2021's D-Link has launched a Wi-Fi 6 USB 3.0 adapter, which the company claims is the world's first product of its kind, providing speeds of up to 574 Mbps in the 2.4 GHz and 1200 Mbps range in the 5GHz range.

Users can connect the adapter to a USB port via a laptop or desktop for better performance.

The converter uses OFDMA technology, multi-user technologies, multiple inputs and MU-MIMO outputs, which can ensure a fast and efficient connection to the wireless network.

D-Link AI M32 and DIR-LX1870, supporting Wi-Fi 6, have also been launched.

The company introduced the new USB adapter as the first Wi-Fi 6 USB 3.0 adapter on the market, which provides a quick and easy way to connect to the Internet at a convenient price for users to update desktops and laptops with the latest 802.11ax technology.

The adapter is supposed to be available in the second quarter of 2021 for $100, and you need to connect to a Wi-Fi 6 router for the most benefits.

Given that this standard began to emerge only two years ago, most people like this router are not expected to have such a router.

The adapter features WPA3 encryption to provide optimal network and device protection, can be used to stream videos or learn online, and comes with the driver for automatic installation across Windows 7 and Windows 10.

D-Link also introduced the D-Link AI M32 dual-band router, which combines Wi-Fi 6 and overlapping network technology and promises speeds of up to 3.2 Gbps.

It also features voice control, OFDMA, MU-MIMO, Quick VPN, IPv6 6rd, DS-Lite, VLAN Tri-Operating vlan and QoS, priced at $250 and will be available in the third quarter of 2021.

The device lets you add other compatible D-Link wireless network devices, while Mesh Smart Roaming automatically connects you with the strongest signal.

The company also introduced the D-Link DIR-LX1870 router, which works with Google Assistant and Amazon Assistant and must provide shared connection speeds of about 1,800 Mbps, and is now supposed to be launched for $130.

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