D-Link Ultra Router Review
Quality of Service: Any feature required by someone interested in security or control over specific frequencies has been accounted for and represented in this router’s software suite. Enjoy parental controls, IPv6 support, and close monitoring of traffic with SmartConnect and SmartStream.
Warranty: It’s inevitable that something with as much use as a gaming router will need upkeep, so this unit comes with a very generous one year limited warranty. It has the option for extended warranties up to 3 years, but the base warranty is sufficient for most.
Antennas: This router comes with a plethora of antennas, designed to maximize wireless range in all directions. However, the interesting thing about this model is that the antennas can be easily replaced with longer ones, which is a simple way to increase range cheaply.
Speed: To devices further away than a few yards, it can be incredibly difficult to connect to the 5 gigahertz wireless band. There are some hoops to jump through in order to set it up, but many casual gamers will find this a pain best left to a computer-savvy friend.