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Belkin Advance N900 DB Wi-Fi router prioritizes games, video

updated 02:40 pm EST, Sun January 8, 2012

Belkin Advance N900 DB arrives ahead of CES

Belkin's turn at CES saw it introduce the Advance N900 DB, what may be one of the last 802.11n Wi-Fi routers before 802.11ac arrives. The new dual-band router has a full six antennas with MultiBeam support that can more reliably deliver its 450Mbps across a home. IntelliStream also promises a more advance form of traffic priority that focuses on gaming and video over basic tasks.

Along with four available gigabit Ethernet ports, the N900 DB has a pair of USB ports for network-attached storage and printers. Inside, a 600MHz processor supports multitasking and can more elegantly handle a large amount of concurrent network traffic.

The new router doesn't arrive until April, although pre-orders will start this month. Belkin anticipates pricing it at $200.

by MacNN Staff



  1. Salty

    Joined: Dec 1969


    Too bad

    Too bad Belkin's routers are junk. My mom bought one a year or so ago, we hooked it up and it died within a week. I'd always been a fan of their stuff but now I won't buy any of their products.

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