What Makes the Covr AC3900 Wi-Fi System Different?
What's the point of having uncapped fast internet when the signal barely reaches some areas of your home, leaving you with constant buffering? Have you heard about D-Link's latest whole home networking solution, the Covr AC3900 Whole Home Wi-Fi System? Say goodbye to traditional Wi-Fi extenders, drop outs & multiple network names. Covr is built to provide users with not only whole home coverage on a single network but also powerful Wi-Fi to handle today’s connected home. But as you may have noticed whole home Wi-Fi has become quite a trend lately, so what makes Covr different from the others? There’s a few key features that make a world of difference.
1. The PowrZone
While other mesh network solutions rely on multiple access points, the Covr Wi-Fi System uses a premium AC2600 router as the core of the wireless network to create a ‘PowrZone’ where users need the strongest signal. The PowrZone provides up to two times faster Wi-Fi speeds than competitors, along with the advanced features to handle bandwidth intensive activities like 4K streaming and lag-free gaming on multiple devices.
2. You’re Covered
The Covr solution is built to deliver up to 6,000 square feet of seamless coverage – eliminating Wi-Fi dead spots to even the farthest reaches of a home. Users can freely roam their home without having to worry about losing their Wi-Fi connection since Covr provides one network name (SSID), devices will automatically connect to the strongest signal, eliminating the need to disconnect and reconnect.
3. It’s Got All the Features
With Covr users don’t have to sacrifice whole home Wi-Fi for advanced networking features. Covr come packed with everything today’s connected home needs to guarantee faster wireless speeds, stronger performance and less lag-time. Features like MU-MIMO, Smart Roaming and Advanced QoS allow Covr to easily handle bandwidth intensive activities like 4K streaming and lag-free gaming on multiple devices.
Written by Zoe Revis