WD unveils My Net AC1300 HD Dual-Band Router and My Net AC Bridge with world’s Fastest wireless technology

WD today unveils the new My Net AC1300 HD Dual-Band Router and My Net AC Bridge as the latest additions to the My Net family of HD dual-band routers. These products combine next-generation 802.11ac wireless technology with WD’s exclusive FasTrack technology for automatically prioritizing high-bandwidth entertainment services like Netflix, YouTube, online games and Skype, to provide maximum streaming performance inside the home. With dual-band performance up to 450 + 1300 Megabits per second (Mbps) and FasTrack technology, the My Net AC1300 features 802.11n wireless technology on the 2.4 GHz band and 802.11ac wireless technology on the 5 GHz band. Both bands work simultaneously to significantly reduce streaming delays and interference with the multitude of Wi-Fi devices connected to the network.

The My Net AC1300 achieves its blazing throughput and exceptional signal quality via a unique horizontal 3×3 antenna array design. My Net AC1300 includes four Gigabit Ethernet ports for wired devices . My Net AC1300 is Universal Plug and Play (UPnP ) certified for easy detection and connection of Wi-Fi devices, as well as Windows 8 certified for seamless support of the new Microsoft operating system.

With the new My Net AC Bridge, customers can convert up to four devices like a smart TV, game console, Blu-ray disc player and media player from wired-Ethernet to wireless and get blazing-fast AC Wi-Fi speeds for the ultimate HD entertainment experience. This reduces the amount of network cabling needed in the home without sacrificing the throughput Ethernet provides. The My Net AC Bridge is easily set up by simply pushing the WPS buttons on the bridge and the My Net AC1300 router (or other brands’ AC routers). My Net AC1300 Router and My Net AC Bridge are available for approximately $189.99 for My Net AC1300 and $149.99 for My Net AC Bridge.

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