When dealing with problems like inadequate coverage, poor signal strength, and frequent buffering, the Linksys EA6350 AC1200 Plus Dual Band Smart WiFi Gigabit Router is your savior. This router employs the cutting edge and most superior Wireless AC technology in delivering smooth sailing performance. This technology gives you speeds that are three times as fast as the superior Wireless N technology and ensures seamless streaming and fast content sharing across multiple devices on your wireless network. It is even backward compatible with other a/b/g/n devices.
1 USB port
This dual band router supports both the 2.4GHz as well as the 5GHz bands, which subsequently avoids interference and maximizes throughput. This compact little wonder is equipped with four 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet ports that you can use to connect wired devices. You will be blown away by speeds that are ten times faster than the Fast Ethernet. That’s not all; this router even features some impressive tricks that make your experience with it an absolute delight. It features a SimpleTap card, which when touched to an NFC enabled device establishes a wireless connection to your home network. It's just like magic!
The USB 3.0 port on this device lets you share devices such as external hard drives and printers with other devices connected to your network. It also features the beamforming technology that directs and focuses the wireless signal to specific devices rather than just sending out signals in a general direction. This not only reduces interference, but also improves speed and range. Outstanding performance is one thing; however, this router also gives importance to the protection of your network from unauthorized and malicious users. This it accomplishes by bringing into play the advanced WPA2 encryption and SPI firewall. What’s more; you can get started easily with this router, that does not need any CD and has a simple installation process that does not need a pro.
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