Wireless N Home Router with SmartBeam™ technology
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D-Link’s Wireless N Home Router with SmartBeam™ technology extends the coverage of your wireless network, giving you a strong and stable Internet connection where concrete walls, successive floors in multi-storied buildings, or other architectural impediments can weaken a wireless signal.
- New SmartBeam™ technology for the best wireless signal wherever you are in your home.
- Built-in DLNA-compatible Media Server to stream videos, music and photos
- SharePort™ Plus technology: easily share a printer or USB Hard Drive with multiple users.
- IPv6 ready for the future Internet standard
D-Link’s Wireless N Home Router with SmartBeam™ technology extends the coverage of your wireless network, giving you a strong and stable Internet connection where concrete walls, successive floors in multi-storied buildings, or other architectural impediments can weaken a wireless signal. With Wireless N technology, this router gives you the very best in speed and coverage around your home.
Revolutionary SmartBeam™ technology
Build a wireless home network capable of delivering the bandwidth to handle HD video streams, large media file downloads, and online gaming to multiple devices, simultaneously. SmartBeam uses 6 multi-directional antennas to find and track individual devices, then focus beams of bandwidth to those particular devices, ensuring a seamless connection anywhere in the home, even in corners where wireless access was previously not able to reach. Eliminate wireless dead spots and unleash comprehensive whole-home coverage on all your devices, all at once, providing you with uninterrupted connectivity to any device, anywhere in your home.
Share and stream your multimedia files
The DLNA-compatible Media Server built-into the Wireless N Home Router with SmartBeam™ technology allows you to stream media content directly onto computers, game consoles and media players like the Boxee Box by D-Link. You can even share any USB device (like a Printer or Hard Drive), courtesy of D-Link’s SharePort™ Plus technology.
This router is ready for the future of the Internet with support for the upcoming move from IPv4 to IPv6. It carries the IPv6 Ready Gold Logo, meaning that it not only supports the IPv6 protocol, but is also compatible with IPv6 equipment from other manufacturers. Using a dual stack architecture, this router can handle routing for both IPv4 and IPv6 networks at the same time, so you can be assured that your equipment is forward and backward compatible.
D-Link’s Wireless N Home Router with SmartBeam™ technology is part of D-Link GreenTM, D-Link’s programme for providing eco-friendly alternatives without compromising performance. The DIR-645 supports WLAN Scheduler, which switches off the wireless network when not needed, for example at night or during working hours. Also the power consumption is further reduced with its Energy StarTM power supply.
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PCPOP Innovation AwardD‑Link has launched the innovative DIR‑645 in 2011. Its fashionable design and friendly user interface and features have made satisfaction to the consumers.
|Wireless standard||Wireless N|
|Wireless speed||300 Mbps 2.4 GHz|
|Antenna type||Embedded omni-directional antennas|
1 x Gigabit Ethernet WAN
4 x Gigabit Ethernet LAN
|USB ports||1 x USB 2.0|
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