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D-Link Wireless AC1750 Dual-Band Gigabit Cloud Router

by D-Link
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RRP: £144.21
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  • Fast and Reliable Home Networking
  • Greater Coverage and Speeds with the latest Wireless AC and Revolutionary AC SmartBeam Technology
  • Stay informed and protected with mydlink
  • File Sharing Right at Your Fingertips
  • Modern, Artistic Design
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Technical Details
BrandD-Link
Item Weight531 g
Product Dimensions10.3 x 12.5 x 21.8 cm
Item model numberDIR-868L
Wireless Type2.4 GHz Radio Frequency
  
Additional Information
ASINB00D9QFTKS
Best Sellers Rank 2,866 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight1.2 Kg
Date First Available11 Jun. 2013
  
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The Wireless AC1750 Dual-Band Gigabit Cloud Router with AC SmartBeam Technology creates a blazing fast home network that connects all of your computers and mobile devices to your broadband Internet connection, over 4 times faster than the previous standard. Concurrent dual-band 802.11ac brings you the future of high-bandwidth wireless connectivity allowing you to stream HD video, make Internet calls, and surf the Internet from every corner of your home without interruption.

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By GCW on 9 May 2014
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I had a TP-Link router which has worked fine for quite a few years and was more then adequate when I got it. The device has been reliable and rarely needed any attention. The main issues I was finding was that streaming video took a while to buffer before starting and it just didn't seem to be fast. As we now have a couple of devices that could use ac and 5ghz it was time for a change.

The main point for getting this model was the looks. Most of the specs are similar to other models but the cylindrical design makes it easier to position and you don't have any antennas on view. Setup was easy, unplug the leads on the old one and the unplug the power supply and then plug them into this device, plug it into the mains and switch on (it is nice to have an on/off switch).

On the PC open the browser and point it to the address in the instructions. You are then guided through the set-up process and at the end you have two SSIDs, one for 2.4ghz and another for 5.0ghz. I names the lower frequency the same as the old router and gave the 5.0 SSID something different.

So how does it perform? Over the wired network to devices like the Apple TV, Smart TV, Blu-Ray player and so on it was noticeably faster than the old one. Buffering was there for about a second compared to maybe 20 and the video started. On the old router my iPhone and iPads the download would generally be about 30gbs (next to the router) and that would trail off with distance and about 10-15m the signal would disappear. On the AC1750 I was getting 100mbs download when next to the router and at the far side of the house where the old signal was non-existent I was getting 60mbs download. The iPad 3 was about 50 next to the router and the same on the other side of the house.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Caroline P. VINE VOICE on 13 Aug. 2014
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This router is well reviewed in the technical press regarding speeds and technical capability, so there are no concerns on that score. My personal experience matches this - good speed and long ranges. But these facts leave you with a decent range of routers to choose from. So why this one?

I chose this because it is a good price compared to most dual-band AC1750 routers (the fastest current standard) and the Amazon picture made it look like it would not be an eyesore in the corner of my living room. And it really isn't an eyesore. About the height of a Pringles can but slightly fatter, this is not going to look out of place on public display and is not going to draw the eye. It is by miles the neatest, tidiest looking router I have ever owned. If your router is likewise out in the open, I think you'll be very pleased with this model.

I will say the web interface could be better and clearer but the basics of connecting are easy to set up. However, though one could wish it would be better, it's probably no worse than any other brand of router I've used.

The one black mark, for which I have deducted a star, is that the router as supplied is not passworded. This is a very major security weakness for home users who rarely appreciate the importance of password protecting their router and is something increasingly being targetted by the bad guys. Again, D-Link are far from the only company to be this irresponsible about router security. If you buy this router, please add a strong admin password. Do this after initial setup however, or it messes with the setup wizard.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Tony Davenport on 10 Nov. 2014
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OK, but not great. It looks nice and is fully functional (although I did not try any of the Cloud apps), but its weakness is the wifi power. My iMac (which is AC and sits about 12 feet from the router in the same room) could only muster about 400Mbps when on AC - Apple's latest Airport Extreme gets the full 1.3Gbps.

In my bedroom (two rooms away, but not much distance) the TX rate was again much lower than the Airport Extreme, and my laptop (using AC) could only get 50Mbps on speedtest.net - the Apple Airport gets me my full 100Mbps.

Then again, this is a third of the cost of the Airport Extreme, but if truth be told I'd sooner buy a second hand Airport Extreme for £30 more than this one brand new.

I certainly wouldn't recommend this if you have a larger home.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By S. Hewitt on 31 July 2014
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I am very happy with this purchase. Every month or so, SpeedTest reports ~15Mbps rather than the expected 50Mpbs. I just reboot the router from its webpage and I am back at full speed. (That doesn't mean it is the router that is the problem but I like having a quick fix). Other than that, I configured it once and it just works great.
I also have a WD MyCloud attached to it to share across my network (also a WD MyPassport Ultra daisy-chained from the MyCloud). Both work fine.
I have 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz Wifi networks configured and all iPads and iPhones in the house connect quickly and work fast. Just tried my iPhone and got 48Mbs download and 19Mbs upload.
I believe the price has dropped so this is a real bargain.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Prospertecla on 23 Dec. 2013
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As the time passed, too many 802.11n routers were appearing around my house and my old Belkin started to have problems in keeping the wifi connection.
This come to solve my problem. No more issues about it. The wifi connection is always on.
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