"Efficient router with Stable speeds"4.5 starson by City-
Pros: *Gave me a speed increase (8Mbs to be precise)
*Constant speeds with no ups or downs
*Great range on the 2.4Ghz
*5GHz network runs very efficiently (Especially for those who live around a large network)
Cons: *Price is a bit steep ($200 CAD retail)
*5GHz range doesn't quite reach as far as 2.4GHz
*A mandatory installation to setup the router might take a long time, or even frustrate you.
Summary: To start off, I'm not some professional reviewer or have much experience writing them, but this particular product didn't have one so I thought I would share my experiences just to give one perspective on the product to anyone interested in one as I could not find a single review on this product.
To start off the Dlink router (the full names pretty long) is an efficient router with a far range on the 2.4GHz bandwidth and should reach every part of your home as it did for me. The 5.0GHz network however doesn't quite reach the same distance as the 2.4GHz bandwidth which is known to occur but had a decent range nonetheless on my network card (Intel 6300)
The dual bandwidth also maintains a steady speed after connecting multiple devices (6 is as far as I've tested) and holds steady speeds among its devices. The router's greatest strength I personally believe is the steady streaming it gives at high speeds and if your the person whose had the problem of speeds going up and down with no stability as I have, this router will ultimately end that problem.
The only problem I have faced with this is the mandatory installation it comes with. To setup your network the router requires you to do various step by step nuances that might get on your nerve, but once you have it down managing your network will become a breeze, setting up your personal account to access your network settings and managing security afterwords is also quickly done without any trouble.
TL:DR To conclude and to anyone who wants a one paragraph summery, this router maintains a steady high speed without any instability with a large range on its 2.4GHz bandwidth and has a decent range to its 5.0GHz counterpart.