The DAP-1650 Wireless AC1200 Dual Band Gigabit Range Extender is the ideal solution for improving the coverage and signal strength of any wireless network.
• 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac wireless LAN for a complete range of wireless compatibility
• Four Gigabit LAN ports for high-speed wired connections
• USB 2.0 port to connect storage drives and printers for sharing
• Four internal antennas with 11ac technology to ensure comprehensive home coverage
• Shareport Mobile app enables you to stream and share media files and documents across your network
• Use the QRS Mobile app to set up your network using a mobile device without a computer
• WPA & WPA2 wireless encryption protects the network from intruders
• Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) securely adds devices to your network at the push of a button
• Can be deployed as an access point, a media bridge or a repeater.
The DAP-1650 Wireless AC1200 Dual Band Gigabit Range Extender is the ideal solution for improving the coverage and signal strength of any wireless network. 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. Gigabit Ethernet ports provide high-speed wired connections for up to four PCs or other devices. It's stylish, easy-to-use, and comes IPv6-ready for a reliable network today and tomorrow.
Fast and Reliable Home Networking
The D-Link DAP-1650 Wireless AC1200 Dual Band Gigabit Range Extender enables you to create a blazing-fast home network that extends your broadband Internet connection to all of your computers and mobile devices. The DAP-1650 has been designed so the high-powered amplifer sends the signal into the farthest corners of your home to deliver optimal wireless coverage throughout. The multiple internal antennas inside the DAP-1650 have been carefully placed to ensure that you will get discover little to no dead space in any environment and will automatically adjust to ensure you achieve the best possible performance.
File Sharing Right at Your Fingertips
The SharePort Mobile app allows you to connect a USB storage device to the DAP-1650 and instantly share documents, movies, pictures, and music with mobile devices. You can put your music library on a USB drive and share it with your entire home. You can show photos on the living room TV while a family member watches a movie on their mobile device. You can stream media files to multiple devices without interruption, or save them to your device for offline playback. The intuitive interface lets anyone immediately connect to a variety of entertainment options stored securely on your own storage device.
Smooth Streaming with Wireless AC
The DAP-1650 uses the latest Wireless AC technology, which can provide transfer rates of up to 1.2 Gbps1. The DAP-1650 operates on both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz wireless bands at the same time using concurrent dual-band technology and four internal antennas. This allows you to browse the web, chat and email using the 2.4 GHz band, while simultaneously streaming digital media, playing online games, or making Internet phone calls on the 5 GHz band.
Easy to Set Up and Use
Get the DAP-1650 up and running in no time right from your couch using the Quick Router Setup (QRS) Mobile app on your iOS or Android device. Simply plug in the DAP-1650, open the app, and follow a few easy steps to get your home network connected without having to touch a computer. You can also instantly set up a secure network with just the touch of a button using Wi-Fi Protected Setup.
1 Maximum wireless signal rate derived from IEEE standard 802.11ac (draft) specifications which are subject to change. Actual data throughput will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors, including volume of network traffic, building materials and construction, and network overhead, lower actual data throughput rate. Environmental factors will adversely affect wireless signal range.
For better or for worse, we now live in the WiFi age, when connected devices are becoming more and more prevalent. As such, one of the most frustrating things these days are WiFi Deadspots - those annoying little spots in the house or office where the WiFi signal is too low to get a decent or stable connection. But what to do? Knock out a few non-structural walls? Run a web of Ethernet cables everywhere, totally eliminating the main benefit of WiFi? Nope! Slap a few of these around the house is what you do...
Able to operate in three modes, this little black beauty is the ultimate solution. The most vital mode this can work in is "Repeater Mode" - where this unit acts as a signal booster station for your existing WiFi network. Locate this on the edge of your current coverage zone, and it will not only extend your coverage further outwards, but also provide a stronger signal in about a third of your current zone.
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In "Access Point Mode", this device connects directly into your hardwired network. No network? Plug it into your router and now you have something your WiFi devices can connect to. Of course, this is only of use if you don't currently have a WiFi modem/router.
With it's built-in USB port and the SharePort app that's freely downloadable from the D-Link website, yoiu can turn your USB-connected printer into one that can be accessed from any wireless device. All those cute snaps you took with Instagram, the holiday snaps you shot with your fancy new WiFi-enabled digital camera, that artwork you drew on your tablet... all of it can now be shunted out to hardcopy.
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