Need super-fast Wi-Fi for your wire-free, all-streaming house? With a powerful dual-core processor, D-Link Wi-Fi Powered by McAfee routers pack in enough processing power to handle every networking task you throw at them. They support a range of wireless speeds from AC1300 to AC3000 Mbps, so there’s a router to fit your every need. But that’s not all. It’s a powerful, intelligent home router with built-in D-Fend smart home network protection from McAfeeTM. It supercharges your mesh network with D-Link’s SuperMesh technology so you can grow your mesh network by adding compatible D-Link routers and extenders. It even integrates voice assistant compatibility for Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant so you can control your network with voice commands. So stop settling for just a Wi-Fi signal – you deserve so much more.
Handle More with a High-Power Processor
With the DIR-1960, you’re not only enjoying buffer-free gaming and lightning-fast surfing, but you’re also enjoying features such as an integrated mesh for a higher coverage network, an automatically optimizing QoS with a built-in speed test, an automatic firmware update system that ensures the best protection and the latest features, and compatibility with voice assistants. All this is possible with the router’s 880 MHz dual-core high-power processor, 128 MB of flash memory and 256 MB of RAM. The router is no longer just a networking device – it is a powerful, intelligent home gateway with processing power to boot.
Extend and Customize Your High-speed Wireless AC Network
D-Link’s SuperMesh is a scalable solution that allows you to easily increase the coverage of your home or office wireless AC network. Expand your Wi-Fi coverage by adding compatible D-Link access points. Mix and match suitable D-Link devices according to your budget and preferences to fit any floorplan. Setup is effortless; configuration of multiple access points can be done in minutes as settings can be passed on to other access points once the first access point is configured.
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