Manhattan AC1200 Wireless Dual-Band Router - 300 Mbps Wireless N (2.4 GHz) + 867 Mbps Wireless AC (5 GHz), 2T2R MIMO, QoS, 4-Port Gigabit LAN Switch, Retail Box, 2 year Limited Warranty
Wireless AC1200 Dual-Band Router – The ultimate in wireless performance.
Thanks to the latest in wireless networking technology — Wireless AC — the Manhattan AC1200 Wireless Dual-Band Router offers you a totally unparalleled level of speed, coverage and reliability. Designed to be easy to set up and maintain, the Wireless AC1200 Dual-Band Router delivers lightning-fast data speeds of up to 300 Mbps on the 2.4 GHz band and 900Mbps* on the 5 GHz band**, as well as range that can cover an entire multi-storey home or office.
Manhattan ExpressWay™ for Easy Installation
The Manhattan ExpressWay™ Windows utility guides you through the installation and within minutes you are up and running. The installation does not require any knowledge about networking in general or IP addresses in particular, making the setup procedure a breeze. And if you do not run Windows, you can easily connect to the Manhattan Web Configuration Page and launch the integrated wizard from there.
Congestion? Not Here.
The main benefit of a dual-band AC router is the ability to shift traffic from the congested 2.4 GHz band to the relatively uncluttered 5 GHz space. So, you can use the 2.4 GHz band for your everyday tasks, such as surfing the Internet, social media or e-mail, while the 5 GHz AC band can be used for heavy-duty traffic like HD video streaming, VoIP calling, online gaming and downloading or transferring large files. And, because the Manhattan AC1200 Dual-Band Router is equipped with 2T2R MIMO antenna technology, you can have multiple devices on both the 2.4 and 5 GHz networks simultaneously.
AC is next-generation of wireless technology, providing faster speed and improved coverage. But, if none of the devices you own support Wireless AC, never fear - the AC1200 Dual-Band Router is backward compatible with older 802.11b/g/n/a devices, so you can connect virtually any of your wireless devices to it.
* Actual data throughput will vary based on environmental factors and network traffic
** Not all built-in laptop or desktop wireless network cards support dual-band networking.