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More than half of the worlds population has access to internet and with it becoming more and more important by the day and people demanding faster speeds and better specs, D-Link have decided to bring out multiple routers at CES 2018 which will wow you.

To start they announced their first 2 802.11ax routers. 802.11ax is a new type of router that is supposedly better at organising large numbers of users connected at the same time. The two released routers are called the AX6000 Ultra WiFi router and the AX11000 Ultra WiFi router. And, yes the name gives it away, they offer 6000 Mbps and 11000 Mbps respectively according to D-Link. We don’t know much more about these 802.11ax, D-Link has not given pricing details and has only given us “second half of 2018” as a release date. Above that, WiFi Alliance has not yet certified 802.11ax routers and with them planning on doing this in 2019, 802.11ax might not even be of any use to devices until then.

D-Link and major cyber security company McAfee have announced a WiFi router that focusses on mainly cybersecurity. The router will be available in the second quarter of 2018 and will also concentrate on parental guidance and on smart home gadgets such as the Amazon Echo or Google Home. No pricing details have been given yet.

Furthermore, they have updated their option list for their mesh network system named Covr. A new dual- and triple-band system will be added which will cost $249.99 and $319.99 respectively. They will be released in the current quarter of 2018.

Are you impressed with D-Link’s new router line-up? Will you be purchasing one of these routers? Let us know down below and make sure to stick around on our website for the newest CES 2018 news.

Via: | The Verge |

Image credits: | D-Link |

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