D-Link wants to color your world by introducing the AC750 router which will arrive in a quartet of colors – namely red, teal, black and white, where you can see all of them in greater detail in the video above. The new range of AC750 Wi-Fi Routers (also known as the DIR-818LW where its model name is concerned) will arrive in a sleek, cylinder shape, offering next generation 802.11ac wireless speeds and gigabit wired speeds in the process, making them ideal for any home or small office that needs a reliable and strong home network.


Whether it is meant for High Definition video streaming, online gaming or multiple user activities, it does not matter, the AC750 will be able to handle them all with aplomb. Considering how Wi-Fi routers do not have the best of reputations when it comes to their general design, D-Link intends to change such a perception with their latest release.

The AC750 Wi-Fi Routers will boast of dual-band technology which allows its users to perform simple Internet activities on the 2.4GHz band, not to mention being able to deliver when it comes to the more demanding activities on the cleaner, interference-free 5GHz band. Not only that, it will be backward compatible with 802.11a/b/g/n devices so that users get to enjoy seamless connectivity. Expect the new D-Link AC750 Wi-Fi Routers (DIR-818LW) to retail for $79.99 a pop.

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