D-Link ships Its Fastest 802.11n Wi-Fi Router – Xtreme N 450

D-Link outs  its first 802.11n Wi-Fi router with 3×3 MIMO technology. The D-Link Xtreme N 450 Gigabit Router (DIR-665) is the industry’s first wireless router to receive Connect with Intel Centrino Ultimate-N certification and it is also D-Link’s first router to pass Wi-Fi Multi-stream N certification.

The router offers both wide area and local area network (WAN/LAN) Gigabit ports, SharePort for printer sharing capability, boasts speeds up to 450Mbps, selectable dual band (2.4 or 5 GHz) performance, three antennas and D-Link Green technology, which saves power through Wi-Fi scheduling and innovative, eco-friendly port activity and cable detection techniques.

D-Link Xtreme N 450 Gigabit Router (DIR-665)

“Featuring Intel Centrino compatibility, the DIR-665 is the next evolution in Wi-Fi performance technology,” says Herman Chang, product line management director for D-Link. “Wi-Fi users will enjoy smoother HD video streaming, VoIP calls, quicker gaming response, and faster file transfers at exceptional distance. We are proud to be able to deliver the next level of speed and performance that our customers demand for their home and business networks.”

The D-Link Xtreme N 450 Gigabit Router is initially available at Fry’s Home Electronics. Manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) for the DIR-665 is $229.99.

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