Smartlink launches next generation router

Smartlink Network Systems has launched the debut of next generation AC750 wireless dual band broadband router – DG-BR4400AC.

The dual band wireless router can support speeds up to 733 Mbps. It has two separate LEDs indicating 2.4 GHz & 5 GHz frequency bands for easy identification of the connected wireless network. With the Indian Internet space realizing presence of more and more devices, multiple wireless devices cause interference & become a hindrance in the smooth functioning of wireless network.

Smartlink’s DG-BR4400AC router’s dual band is an effective solution that helps for better performance of the network. Also, the router’s inbuilt gigabit Wi-Fi speed allows faster download of content and quick streaming of large video and music files.

Designed with a robust Multiple Security features such as DoS Protection and Firewall, the router has rich features and easy to use experience. With built in both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz radios, this router supports both of the IEEE802.11b/g/n and IEEE802.11a/ac wireless network capabilities. At a time, 15-16 devices can simultaneously connect to this wireless router without additional cabling. DG-BR4400AC has multiple Wireless Operational Modes (AP/Bridge/WDS/Repeater/Client).

The router offers a distinction through lower costs and higher throughput. Priced at Rs 3,490, it is truly a high performance and cost effective solution for home and business environments. It offers great value at this price with an excellent after sales service support team ‘Digicare’ along with a lifetime warranty for which makes it a must buy.

Its robust security using WPA2 enterprise enhances the security of wireless network to protect sensitive data from hackers. It also supports WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) which simplifies wireless client setup procedures so that even an inexperienced user can setup a secured wireless network.

DG-BR4400AC acts as a bridge among the wired Ethernet & wireless LAN’s and let all network clients access both the wired and the wireless network resources.

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