This week the folks at D-Link have ushered in a new age of cloud router goodness for themselves with both the Cloud Router 1200 (DIR-636L) and the Cloud Router 2000 (DIR-826L). Both of these routers come with mydlink Cloud Services and operate on speeds of up to 300 Mbps and 600 Mbps, with the 2000 being the faster of the two. Both of these routers also work in a manner quite similar to the D-Link router we saw earlier this week with a full-sized USB port which can hook into a variety of devices and bring all of that devices contents to the cloud.
These drives are able to work with the D-Link SharePort Mobile app to access a connected harddrive, this bringing on instant access to loads of files where before you’d have had to have used up that space on your smartphone. Security measures includes the ability for you, the admin, to block specific parties from access to your newly cloud-pushed drive, all of this accessible from your desktop or your mobile device.
The Cloud Router 1200 (DIR-636L) will cost you an estimated $59.99 while the Cloud Router 2000 (DIR-826L) will ring in at $99.99, and they’ll both be available rather soon (if not right this second) at your favorite retailers such as Fry’s, Micro Center, New Egg, Office Depot, and OfficeMax – as well as dlink.com of course. Have a peek at our D-Link timeline below to get the full recent history of what this company is bringing to the digital world.