Among the many technological products that now the market offers us and that we need more and more there are definitely routers, products dedicated to the ADSL connection, cable and WiFi. Among the many companies that offer this type of product on the market it is that D-Link has today released a new model, code-named DWR-953 with Wireless AC750 technology and 4G LTE.
The D-Link DWR-953 is a router dedicated to a “mixed” use and in this regard, Alessandro Taramelli, D-Link’s Country Manager said:
“Being able to count on two high-performance technologies into a single router is a guarantee for the continuity of our Internet connection. The DWR-953 is the product of the latest generation designed for those who want an access to the Internet without interruptions or needs a back-up router that is able to operate anywhere ”
Talking a little ‘the specifications of DWR-953, we are faced with a peripheral dual band 2.4 and 5 GHz, with free Wireless AC750 4G LTE and up to 150 Mbps. To activate the mobile connection is sufficient to use a SIM card with access to the network 4G data.
so let’s take a look at the other technical characteristics:
Wireless Dual-Band speeds up to 733Mbps Wireless in AC
It supports fixed internet and mobile simultaneously 4G LTE
WAN failover technology to an Internet connection without interruption
5 doors: 1 Gigabit WAN port + 4 LAN ports to connect other devices
WPA / WPA2 encryption to secure your wireless traffic
The DWR-953 is already available at the suggested retail price of 199 euros including VAT.