At CES in Las Vegas, D-Link has introduced three new wireless N routers which the company promises will deliver improved network speed and wireless range. (http://www.digitalhome.ca/2010/01/ces-d-link-unveils-three-wireless-n-routers/)
The D-Link Rush, the D-Link Touch and the D-Link Wireless N Pocket Router will be available in the first half of 2010
2010-01-07, 03:33 PM
Looks like a good product, but I hope they improve on there customer support.
Its been since July'09 when a firmware release that trashed thousands upon thousands of DIR-655 & 825 routers maybe other models too, and no official PR release or official fix released yet to repair these models. And we can't downgrade back to original firmware, so a lot of customers either have been waiting for a fix or found another solution by buying a router from another company !
What I'm trying to say is, they release some cool featured home networking gadgets, but when it comes firmware support I would wait and see if it works & take a look on the dlink forums for any issues, don't upgrade the firmware unless you really,really, really need to.
Can we stick to discussing the new products and features please? If you wish to discuss existing routers and issues, then please use existing threads.
2010-01-12, 11:38 AM
Has the N standard been finalized yet?
Standard was approved last year
2010-01-12, 03:13 PM
It was about time.
That pocket router seems cool - the ability to work as an access point or a router is handy.