D-Link always rolls some new gear out at CES and this year is no different. The company has announced three new wireless products that use 802.11n wireless connectivity for the home. The new products include the D-Link Rush DAP-1560, D-Link Touch DIR-865, and the Wireless N Pocket Router.
The DAP-1560 is a device that users can connect to their existing router in the home to boost data speeds to 600Mbps. The device transmits in 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands. The DIR-865 is a new router for the home and small office that has a 3-inch touch screen for setup, configuration, and management. The device is good for up to 450Mbps speeds and uses both 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands.
The Wireless N Pocket Router is just what it sounds like, an 802.11n router designed to be taken on the go. The device is perfect for business users that travel a lot and it will also work with game consoles and other devices. Pricing for all of the devices will be announced when the gear ships in the first half of 2010.