Wednesday , November 21 2018 Ausdroid » News » D-Link announces Covr 2202 Mesh Networking routers now available in Australia


D-Link ANZ has today announced that their updated Covr 2202 Mesh Networking routers are now available in Australia.

The Covr 2202 Mesh Networking routers are an update on the Covr 1203 Mesh Networking routers launched back in May, with smarter technology to better blanket your home or office with WiFi.

D-Link have introduced tri-band AC2200 Wi-Fi technology to their Mesh Networking routers, using a dedicated 5GHz Smart Backhaul to provide high-Powered, seamless, whole home coverage.

The routers include Smart Steering using six built-in vertical and horizontal antennas to automatically direct your devices to the best wireless band, while smart roaming ensures they’re connected to the strongest signal as you move through your house.

Two Gigabit Ethernet ports are included on each unit, allowing for high speed wired connectivity if you have it, while the Mesh solution allows for those who don’t.

D-Link have also updated their app for easy setup and administration, or you can always login using a web browser on the network.

D-Link ANZ MD Graeme Reardon said of the launch

The COVR-2202 perfectly complements our existing mesh networking solution, and with its Dedicated Smart Backhaul feature, High-Powered amplifiers and beautiful design, the COVR-2202 blankets AC2200 Wi-Fi across even the very largest of homes. Offering Tri-Band connectivity to deliver high performance and more coverage with one seamless network, the COVR-2202 fits the needs of the modern connected home, offering our fastest speeds with the largest coverage of our Mesh Wi-Fi solutions to date.

You can purchase the Covr Seamless Wi-Fi Mesh Systems directly from dlink.com.au/dlink.co.nz or from D-Link retailers and resellers across Australia and New Zealand for AUD$499.95/NZ$549.00.

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