Now that Qualcomm’s busted out its StreamBoost technology, it’s high time we saw some hardware built that can take advantage of it. D-Link’s first to the queue with its new DGL-5500 802.11ac gaming router, which is able to shift bandwidth around to ensure lag-free performance. Aside from its wireless prowess, the soda can-shaped unit has four Ethernet and a USB port as well as easy-to-use setup instructions. It’s being shown for the first time here at CES, and will arrive in stores late in the Spring, with prices still to be decided upon.
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