The D-Link® Xtreme N™ Dual Band Gigabit Router (DIR-825) is a simultaneous dual band Wireless N router with 4 Gigabit ports and SharePort™ technology. Simultaneous dual band Wireless N allows you to check e-mail and browse the Internet using the 2.4GHz band while simultaneously streaming High-Definition (HD) movies and other media on the 5GHz band. The SharePort technology inside the DIR-825 allows you to connect USB-based hard drives and printers to the router and share them with everyone on your network. Delivering best-in-class performance, network security, and coverage, the DIR-825 is the ideal centerpiece for your wireless network in the home or office.
Certified for Windows Vista®
• DIR-825 is Certified for Windows Vista®.
• DIR-825 has been tested to meet all of the technical requirements to qualify for the Certified for Windows Vista® program.
• Software and peripherals that bear the Certified for Windows Vista® logo have been tested to meet high quality standards and deliver a superior end-user experience when used with PC running a Windows Vista® operating system.
• Purchasing a software package or a peripheral that includes the Certified for Windows Vista® logo ensures that you get a product that has been tested to deliver a high quality user experience.
• Software and peripherals that bear the Certified for Windows Vista® logo have been tested to deliver a high quality user experience.
D-Link’s Wireless N router was rigorously tested and verified for compatibility with Intel’s Next-Gen Wireless N, utilizing intensive real-world testing conducted in typical home and enterprise environment scenarios. In Intel’s testing process, D-Link’s Wireless N router met or exceeded Intel’s requirements for performance, extended range, co-existence with other 802.11b/g clients and access points, and the ability to eliminate Wi-Fi dead spots.
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