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D-Link launches latest Wi-Fi mesh system in A/NZ

13 Sep 18

D-Link A/NZ has launched its latest Covr Wi-Fi mesh system, the COVR-2202.

The new COVR-2202 High-Powered Tri-Band Seamless Wi-Fi Mesh System expands on the recently launched COVR-C1203 Dual-Band Wi-Fi Mesh System with both solutions offering scalable, mesh Wi-Fi for ultra-fast speeds and seamless coverage to the furthest reaches of a home. 

Featuring warm and contemporary designs to suit the décor of any home, both Covr models provide Smart Roaming for seamless Wi-Fi connections, as well as Smart Steering to guide devices automatically to the optimum wireless band.

“The COVR-2202 perfectly complements our existing mesh networking solution, and with its Dedicated Smart Backhaul feature, High-Powered amplifiers and beautiful design, the COVR-2202 blankets AC2200 Wi-Fi across even large spaces,” says D-Link A/NZ managing director Graeme Reardon. 

“Offering Tri-Band connectivity to deliver high performance and more coverage with one seamless network, the COVR-2202 fits the needs of the modern connected space, offering our fastest speeds with the largest coverage of our Mesh Wi-Fi solutions to date.”

The COVR-2202 was announced at CES 2018, where the solution won a CES Innovation Honouree Award.  

Leveraging smart design for the dedicated 5GHz wireless backhaul, the six built-in vertical and horizontal antenna combination optimises connectivity between Covr points to provide maximum Wi-Fi coverage and speeds. 

Both the COVR-2202 Tri-Band Seamless Wi-Fi Mesh System and the COVR-C1203 Dual-Band Seamless Wi-Fi Mesh System offer the following features for delivering a scalable, seamless mesh wireless network:

-MU-MIMO Technology which efficiently handles large groups of concurrent users
-Smart Roaming keeps devices connected to the strongest signal so users can move freely throughout their home and always stay covered
-Smart Steering automatically directs a device to the optimum wireless band for reduced buffering and lag
-Easy Setup with the refreshed D-Link Wi-Fi app allowing for simple management of the Mesh network
-Firmware Update Push Notifications which always keep the Covr System up to date
-Three-Year Limited Warranty includes D-Link’s industry-leading customer service as well as 24/7 telephone support

Pricing: 

-COVR-2202 Tri-Band Seamless Wi-Fi System – AUD$499.95, NZ$549.00
-COVR-C1203 Dual-Band Seamless Wi-Fi System – AUD$399.95, NZ$449.00

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