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D-Link DWA 171 Wireless AC600 Dual Band NANO USB Adapter DWA-171

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D-Link Wireless AC Dual Band USB Adapter (DWA-171)

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The Wireless AC Dual Band Nano USB Adapter (DWA-171) delivers powerful wireless AC technology to your desktop or notebook computer. Simply plug the adapter into an available USB port and connect to a wireless network to access a secure, high-speed internet connection – 2.4GHz (150Mbps*) or 5GHz (up to 433Mbps*). And with integrated Dual Band technology, you’ll have reduced Wi-Fi interference to maximize throughput for faster streaming, gaming, and Skype calls.

Interference-Free BandwidthThe DWA-171 delivers Dual Band technology to your home network for intelligent, versatile, interference-free bandwidth. Check your email and surf the Internet on the 2.4GHz band; or game, make Skype calls and stream HD movies to multiple devices using the cleaner, interference-free 5GHz band. Whatever you like to do online, Dual Band has you covered.

Easy WPS Push Button SetupQuickly and easily establish a fast, secure home network that will have you browsing, streaming, and watching in minutes. It’s as easy as push and connect!

Compatible With All Your Wireless ProductsWhile the DWA-171 delivers cutting-edge 802.11ac speed to your home network, it’s also backward compatible with all of your current wireless products – no updates or adapters necessary.

What is wireless AC?802.11ac is a new networking standard that produces high-throughput wireless speed on the 5GHz band. What does this mean for your home network? Flawless HD video streaming, faster gaming, and lag-free Skype and Facetime calls, all with less Wi-Fi interference for smooth, lightning-fast performance.

* Maximum wireless signal rate derived from IEEE standard 802.11ac specifications which are subject to change. Actual data throughput will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors, including volume of network traffic, building materials and construction, and network overhead, lower actual data throughput rate. Environmental factors will adversely affect wireless signal range.