D-LINK unveils latest wireless express card adapter

21 Nov

D-Link International unveils the newest member of its wireless Draft N product series — the D-Link Xtreme N TM PCI Express Desktop Adapter (DWA-556), which is seen to cater to the market needs for a more modern hardware architecture in the latest desktop and notebook models.

“We are upping our Draft-N ante. DWA-556 is D-Link’s answer to the latest desktop and notebook PC hardware architecture, which is now built based on 802.11n (Draft) and is backward compatible with 802.11b and 802.11g to meet the needs of end-users in online gaming, VoIP and multimedia streaming,” said George Wong, Marketing Director, D-Link International Pte. Ltd.

Greater Transfer Rate and Farther Coverage
Based on the 802.11n (draft), the DWA-556 provides greater transfer rate and farther coverage than standard 802.11g which helps eliminate grey area. D-Link Xtreme NTM technology enables and enhances the HD video streaming, file sharing, VoIP and web surfing.

Easy to Setup, Easy to Use
D-Link’s Quick Adapter Setup Wizard guides you step by step through installation process and configures the wireless adapters without having to call a networking expert for assistance. The D-Link Wireless Manager included in the package to keep track of your most frequently accessed networks so that you can join them quickly and easily.

The DWA-556 also supports WEP, WPA and the latest WPA2 , which ensures securely connect to the wireless router, and is now available at authorized retailer, reseller and distribution outlets for only P3,900 (SRP). For more details, call Bridge Distribution at 781-0581 or Uplink Information System at 687-7221 or 7223. To know more about D-Link and its other product offerings, check out

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Posted by on November 21, 2007 in D-Link


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