Unified Home Wi-Fi Network Kit[CES 2016] D-Link intends to impress all and sundry this coming CES with their latest Unified Home Wi-Fi Network Kit. What does the Unified Home Wi-Fi Network Kit have that makes it so special? For starters, it will feature Adaptive Roaming Technology as it arrives in the form of a router-extender kit, while carrying the model number DKT-891.

The whole idea of this device is to address the need for full home wireless coverage while providing intelligent adaptive roaming technologies simultaneously in order to dynamically hook up devices to the best available Wi-Fi signal while users enjoy optimal bandwidth.

After all, more and more wireless devices see action at home that will make use of high bandwidth applications, where among them include streaming HD video and online gaming on multiple devices at once. This results in the need for a home network that can keep up with their demands, and the Unified Home Wi-Fi Network Kit steps in to fill this role. Its intelligent adaptive roaming technology would allow connected devices to hop between the router and extender based automatically upon connection, letting one move throughout the home without having to configure or worry whether they’re getting the best connection and performance from their network.

Its intelligent adaptive roaming technology would allow connected devices to hop between the router and extender based automatically upon connection, letting one move throughout the home without having to configure or worry whether they’re getting the best connection and performance from their network.

The inclusion of the latest multi-user MIMO (MU-MIMO) technology would also allow simultaneous transmission to groups of clients, which in turn makes it as though each device has a designated router. This would speed up transmissions in the long run, as it makes more efficient use of available Wi-Fi network capacity.

Smart Steering would let devices connect to the router and range extender automatically depending on which networking device provides the optimal Wi-Fi signal, and those who are interested can pick up the Unified Home Wi-Fi Network Kit in the second quarter of this year for $369.99 apiece.

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