D-Link launches today the Ultra Performance Series routers: the the D-Link DIR-890L AC3200 is the first product of this series, that targets the high-end networking market.
First seen at CES 2015, it was presented as the “One Gigabit per second” router. The DIR 890L is a Tri-Band, Wireless Gigabit Router that supports the 802.11ac standard: it reaches a maximum data transfer rate of 3200 Mbps. It’s using the latest Broadcom chipset.
It has a single 2.4GHz band and dual 5GHz band: it splits traffic over the 3 dedicated Wi-Fi radios, for optimized network performance. The device is equipped with 6 high-gain multi-directional AC antennas, to identify where the wireless devices are and send send them a focused signal.
“We’ve set the bar for how a Wi-Fi Router should look and perform,” said Daniel Kelley, D-Link’s vice president of marketing. “Our new ULTRA Performance Series has everything a demanding user is looking for – three bands of Wi-Fi, fast speeds, beamforming, and QoS – all housed in an attractive form-factor that is sure to make a statement.”
The DIR-890L guarantees fast trasnfer rates, up to 600Mbps (2.4 GHz) + 1.3Gbps (5 GHZ) + 1.3Gbps (5 GHZ).
D-Link 890L AC3200 goes on sale today and costs US$309.99
See the official video of D-Link DIR-890L AC3200: