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Make Father’s Day Special with the D-Link AC1750 Wi-Fi Router (DIR-859)

Make Father’s Day Special with the D-Link AC1750 Wi-Fi Router (DIR-859)

Father’s Day is just around the corner and sons and daughters around the country are starting to think about what to get their dad.  The usual ideas spring to mind – ties, socks, a new wallet, a case of beer.  But this Father’s Day why not go for tech not ties and buy your dad the D-Link AC1750 Wi-Fi Router (DIR-859)?

Heart of the home network

Let’s face it, with the number of devices in the average household, the home router is under serious pressure.  With smartphones and tablets, games consoles and smart TVs in addition to the traditional laptop or desktop, often routers run very slow or simply stop working entirely.  And while buying your dad the D-Link AC1750 Wi-Fi Router (DIR-859) might not seem the most glamorous looking present, it has a huge range of benefits that he will love.

To begin with, it offers superior Wi-Fi performance that can as much as ten times faster than traditional Fast Ethernet connections.  It also offers an interference-free Dual Band Performance that means when all the kids are using their devices, Dad can still work on the desktop.  The D-Link AC1750 Wi-Fi Router (DIR-859) even manages to optimize traffic within the home to ensure all devices get the access they require.

Full home coverage

Perhaps your Dad is a gaming fan and has his favorite console set up in the bedroom or the spare room?  But often, the connection is a little random so far away from the main router.  Or perhaps there is an inconvenient cable that runs from one end of the house to the other and drives Mom mad.  However, by using this new, powerful router, you can avoid these problems as it offers full home coverage.

The full home coverage also ensures that everyone retains the speed that is offered near the router.  That means that if someone in the house is a bandwidth hog who watches a lot of videos or streams HD files, their use upstairs doesn’t stop the rest of the house going about their internet tasks.

Simple to use

The new D-Link router has four Gigabit 4 Lan Ports to allow up to four wired devices to be connected to it as well as an Internet Wan Port.  It is operated by a simple user interface that allows Dad to control who can access what through the connection and even create guest networks for visitors to use their devices, all through a simple website app.

The result is a powerful router that allows the whole house to use their devices as required.  It also means that Dad can relax and enjoy Father’s Day with his favorite game, eBook, website or any other online activity with speed and reliability.

Dlink provided this product for review purposed. All opinions above are my own.

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