Released June, 2010
The Pros:Has a good range that can cover multiple floors. Setup is simple, no surprises, anyone who has done this before will have no trouble.
The Cons:Frequent grammar and spelling mistakes in the interface, some of it in Spanish. No firmware updates available, just using what was shipped with it. General documentation doesn't cover many of the devices functions.
The D-Link DAP-1360 is a wireless N-Range extender engineered to either create a new wireless network or extend the coverage of an existing network. As an upgrade from the DAP-1360, the D-Link DAP-1360 provides high-speed wireless connectivity for streaming high-definition videos or playing multiplayer games.
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Like its predecessor, the unit can function as a router, an access point, or a conventional LAN device, as well as (in addition) a wireless repeator. The improved wireless performance does come with a few negatives, as the D-Link DAP-1360 lacks a USB port.
- Wireless N-Range Extender
- Wireless Router
- Access Point
- Wireless Client
- Wireless Repeator
- Wireless N Technology
- Wireless G Compatibility
- Advanced Encryption
- Fast HD Streaming
- Standards: 802.11g/n/u (2.4GHz)
- Interface: 10/100 LAN/WAN,
- Antenna: 2 Detachable
- Security: WPA, WPA2, WPS
- Management: Browser
- Warranty: 1-Year Limited
User Reviews (4)
has a good range that can cover multiple floors
setup is simple, no surprises, anyone who has done this before will have no trouble
frequent grammar and spelling mistakes in the interface, some of it in Spanish
no firmware updates available, just using what was shipped with it
general documentation doesn't cover many of the devices functions
setup instructions are insufficient for users who have never set up a router before
when multiple devices are connected, bandwidth tends to suffer for all and streaming becomes difficult to impossible
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