Tuesday, February 28th 2017

D-Link Announces Their AC1750 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router

D-Link today announced the immediate availability of its newest router, the AC1750 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router (DIR-867). The DIR-867 delivers powerful and reliable performance for users who demand faster Wi-Fi speeds for HD streaming and online gaming on multiple devices. This feature-packed router makes it easier for users to enjoy strong Wi-Fi speeds no matter where they are in the home.

The DIR-867 offers blazing fast dual-band speeds of up to 1,750 Mbps and AC SmartBeam technology, which tracks connected devices for enhanced Wi-Fi speed and range. This router also comes with intelligent Quality of Service (QoS) with traffic prioritization, four high-performance external antennas for maximum range, parental controls, and an intuitive interface that allows users to setup their device and experience these features right out of the box. The DIR-867 also features the latest MU-MIMO (Multi-User Multiple Input Multiple Output) technology, which allows multiple devices to get high-bandwidth Wi-Fi signal at the same time.
"The DIR-867 is ideal for users who are looking for optimal performance and Wi-Fi speeds throughout their home," said Oscar Reyes, vice president of marketing, D-Link Systems. "This router offers users the ability to maintain the strongest Wi-Fi signal on multiple devices at one time - with less buffering and lag for the best user experience."

The D-Link AC1750 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router supports up to three data streams with MU-MIMO Technology, which allows multiple devices to receive high bandwidth Wi-Fi signals at the same time. With AC SmartBeam and MU-MIMO technologies, the DIR-867 is able to distribute data more efficiently to devices, allowing for the fastest Wi-Fi speeds in all areas of the home. The router also uses four high-performance external antennas to provide great coverage throughout the whole home. Users can also stream HD media faster and play lag-free online video games without having to sacrifice Wi-Fi speeds on any device, making the DIR-867 the perfect combination of performance and ease of use.

More about the AC1750 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router (DIR-867):
  • Dual Band Wi-Fi Performance - Delivers faster Wi-Fi speeds of up to 1750 Mbps
  • Powerful Dual-Core Processor - Boosts wireless and wired performance
  • MU-MIMO Ready - Delivers maximum speed to multiple devices
  • 3 x 3 Data Streams - Supports 3 data streams for increased throughput
  • 80/160 MHz Support - Doubles bandwidth for intensive data transfer
  • High Power Antenna - Provides wider coverage throughout the home
  • QoS - Prioritizes network traffic for seamless streaming and gaming
  • Advanced AC SmartBeam - Tracks connected devices for enhanced Wi-Fi speed and range
  • Gigabit WAN and LAN Ports - Maximizes performance of wired devices like gaming consoles and desktop computers for the ultimate gaming multimedia experience
Availability and Pricing
The AC1750 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router (DIR-867) is available now for $89.99 through D-Link's vast network of retail and e-tail partners. Detailed specifications are available online at D-Link's website.
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7 Comments on D-Link Announces Their AC1750 MU-MIMO Wi-Fi Router

#3
CrAsHnBuRnXp
Divide Overflow said:
Still 802.11 AC and not AX? :shadedshu:
Still a newer tech and wont be released until next year.

Why release something that nothing can take advantage of yet?
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#4
Chaitanya
Divide Overflow said:
Still 802.11 AC and not AX? :shadedshu:
Majority of mid range handheld devices dont have 802.11AC, hell most of those devices are still using single Band 802.11N. So even 802.11AC MU-MIMO is a niche let alone 802.11AX.
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#5
dirtyferret
Chaitanya said:
Majority of mid range handheld devices dont have 802.11AC, hell most of those devices are still using single Band 802.11N. So even 802.11AC MU-MIMO is a niche let alone 802.11AX.
This, majority of mobile clients are 2x2 1200 ac. Have AX draft routers even come out yet?
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#6
TheLostSwede
CrAsHnBuRnXp said:
Still a newer tech and wont be released until next year.

Why release something that nothing can take advantage of yet?
Not true, draft 802.11ax devices are expected to launch this year.

That said, I'm surprised anyone would even consider a D-Link product after all their security problems. I guess some people aren't too worried about having a secure router though...
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#7
_JP_
So...it's cheaper than the Archer C7, but I don't think this outperforms it...
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