You would not be able to find a more reliable name than D-Link when it comes to networking products, ranging from Wi-Fi routers to modems and the rest. Well, it certainly looks as though there is another Wi-Fi Router from the company that is set to make heads turn: the D-Link AC2600 Wi-Fi Router that is powered by McAfee. Now this is an interesting amalgamation of strengths from the two companies, where it delivers an all-in-one solution that automatically increases security for devices on the home network. After all, there is a far higher rate of cybercrime happening in this day and age, so it is always better to be safe than sorry.
Being a comprehensive solution, it will comprise of D-Link’s high-performance dual-band 802.11ac router with MU-MIMO technology which helps enhance network capacity and efficiency for users. In addition, there is also the McAfee Secure Home Platform that automatically protects all devices that are connected to the network, while the Intel Home Wi-Fi Chipset WAV500 Series delivers robust Wi-Fi connectivity to all connected devices simultaneously, as it runs a range of high-bandwidth applications.
In a nutshell, th D-Link AC2600 will help provide automatic security for all connected devices at the network level in a home. This effort does not forget non-display IoT devices too, which will offer an extra layer of protection from potential hackers as well as for members of the home who use various devices to access online content. It might sound complicated, but the AC2600 is actually very easy set up, offering instant protection for all devices while providing you with full control from anywhere as long as there is an Internet connection. There is no word on pricing details just yet, but we do know that the DIR-2680 AC2600 Wi-Fi Router Powered by McAfee will be available for purchase some time in the second quarter of 2018.
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