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D-Link Cloud Router 5700 marks the outfit's first foray into 802.11ac WiFi, now shipping for $190

Billy Steele
July 18, 2012
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D-Link has fulfilled its promise to support the newfangled 802.11ac wireless standard. The company has pulled the curtain back on its first router that's compatible with the aforementioned tech in the Cloud Router 5700. Boasting performance of up to 1,750Mbps (that's 1,300 ac + 450 n), the kit implements a 5Ghz band for cutting out the clutter and houses four Gigabit Ethernet ports alongside a single USB receptacle around back. A handful of apps are included to help you get the most out of the purchase -- like the Cloud App for home network monitoring and the D-Link SharePort mobile software for streaming from USB storage units. Looking to snag one for the purposes speeding up your home network? You can do just that from either Amazon or Newegg for $189.99 as fast as your fingers will click.

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