Belkin Unveils it’s New N900 Dual Band Router

During the Consumer Electronic Show held in Las Vegas last January 8, Belkin unveiled one of it’s newest router, the N900.

The new Belkin N900 DB Router is a dual band Wi-Fi device capable of speeds of 450Mbps per band. It also retains some of its standard features from the older N750 like 802.11 b,g and n support, four ethernet ports and two USB 2.0 ports for connected storage.

The basic specs of the N900 is as follows :

- Dual-band technology with simultaneous wireless speeds of up to 450 Mbps (2.4 GHz) + 450 Mbps (5 GHz)
- Exclusive MultiBeam antenna technology for high-powered wireless signal and maximum throughput
- 600 MHz multi-thread processor to power through media-intensive multitasking
- Two high-speed USB 2.0 ports for fast access to network storage or wireless printing
- Download at gigabit speeds and stream from multiple devices at the same time
- IntelliStream QoS prioritizes video and gaming streams
- 4 gigabit ports for ultra-fast wired connections
- Guest network access for enhanced security
- Self-healing feature automatically resolves potential network problems
- Easy setup and pre-configured security

If you’re a new kid on the block and want to know what these specs mean, it’s basically a fast router. And when I say fast, I mean fast. It takes three easy steps to get you online, and with the right configuration and the right connections, you’ll get an internet connection fast enough to sustain all your online needs; be it gaming, video streaming or just plain blogging.

Priced at around $200, Belkin will start shipping the product near you sometime this April.

What’s your take on all this? Will Belkin start going up the ranks as one of the top producers of wireless routers?


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