D-Link ANZ has launched its fastest-ever modem router, the AC5300 MU-MIMO COBRA
“Flowing on from the heritage of our multi-award winning TAIPAN Modem Router, the COBRA adds even more bite with the latest generation of MU-MIMO Wave 2 wireless support and ramps up the speeds even further to a whopping 5.3Gbps combined across its three Wi-Fi bands,” said D-Link ANZ MD, Graeme Reardon.
“It’s also been designed with the NBN in mind so its 100% built for that purpose if required. There’s no compromise of any kind with COBRA.”
D-Link has designed the COBRA (also known as the DSL-5300) as an extremely powerful Modem Router created to provide a PowerZone of high speed Wi-Fi connectivity right across an entire home. With a lightning-fast quad-core processor and the latest MU-MIMO Wave 2 Tri-Band Wi-Fi, COBRA easily caters to even the most demanding of connected homes, allowing for multiple users to enjoy 4K HD video, lag-free gaming and high-quality audio throughout the house – all at the same time.
"And that’s not all", Reardon added, "with a fully featured ADSL and VDSL Modem as well as a dedicated gigabit Ethernet WAN port, all connection options are covered to ensure you can use the COBRA today and well into the future. COBRA also includes premium features such as Advanced AC SmartBeam technology which dramatically improves coverage by directing bandwidth directly towards your devices, and Advanced QoS which efficiently distributes the maximum bandwidth to the devices that require it."
"This Modem Router will go head-to-head with any other AC5300 Modem Router in the market and win the race for speed and quality of user experience hands down.”
The COBRA (DSL-5300) AC5300 MU-MIMO Modem Router is available now from www.dlink.com.au for AUD$749.95, www.dlink.co.nz for NZ$849.99 and from all authorised D-Link retailers and resellers in Australia and New Zealand.
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