If you find yourself constantly wishing you had more screen real estate to work with, D-Link has a new product that might interest you. The D-Link SideStage hopes to provide a bit more space without the need for an entire second monitor.
We're starting to see a lot of devices wearing multiple hats, so to speak, and the D-Link Xtreme N DIR-685 is no exception. Not only is the DIR-685 an 802.11n Wi-Fi router, it also packs network attached storage (NAS) and D-Link's SharePort Technology, which allows printers, scanners and other devices to be shared over the network via USB.
D-Link have announced the DIR-825, a WiFi-N router capable of simultaneous dual-band use. The DIR-825 Xtreme N can sustain both a 2.4GHz and a 5GHz network at the same time, intelligently differentiating between bandwidth-intensive applications such as VoIP and online gaming and assigning them to the more stable 5GHz frequency. Meanwhile general network traffic uses the 2.4GHz band.