Not everyone’s home setup has the luxury of using powerline adapters so a device like the D-Link AC2600 comes in handy.
The D-Link AC2600 is huge, almost the size of a shoe and thus making it a cumbersome and difficult to squeeze into tight spaces.
It is understandable on why the product is of such a size, the D-Link AC2600 is as the name indicates – having AC2600 allows it to provide high-speed network connectivity while not forgetting it also has MIMO technology that allows multiple antenna to work simultaneously to provide high speed and reduce transfer errors.
Setting up the D-Link AC2600 is easy, all you have to do is hop on to the Wi-Fi signal and enter the setup page. Configure the D-Link AC2600 to connect to your existing Wi-Fi setup and create a new Wi-Fi SSID and you’re done.
Being an Extender, what it does is that it expands the coverage of your existing network. Put it in a more simple term, it acts like a middle person. By providing stronger network signal, you are now to get faster Internet connection
Here’s what it looks like with and without using the extender, my main “Wi-Fi” signal is located on the upper floor of my residence while the D-Link AC2600 is placed at the lower floor at the socket closest to the main signal.
You get what you paid for – the D-Link AC5600 might be a device that connects wirelessly but it delivers as if you are using the network right next to the modem itself.
Retailing at RM 530, the D-Link AC2600 Wi-Fi Range Extender (DAP-1860) isn’t cheap but I guess RM 530 isn’t that much to pay if you have a family and you want to provide everyone around the house the best possible coverage. 🙂 The only down side of this device is that it’s huge, as in really huge! It’s so huge, you can even use it for self-defense, like say beating up a cockroach.