This is the EXO DIR-879 Wi-Fi router from D-Link.
Look at it.
It's got a nice color, nice design.
I can play with these collapsible antennas here all day.
Okay, maybe five minutes, but you know what I mean.
It's fast, too.
In my testing, it is actually one of the fastest AC 1900 router on the market.
And it has very good range, too.
Unfortunately, it has a rather buggy firmware.
For example, if you use the smart connect feature, that combines the 2.4 gigahertz And foggyhood blends into a single wi-fi network.
The performance was as good as if you used two separate wi-fi networks, one for each band.
Also in my trials, sometimes it randomly disconnected itself from the internet, with no reason.
And would require a restart or repair.
Now this would not happen consistently and might never happen to you, but when it happens, it sure is annoying.
Now the [UNKNOWN] Share a similar feature and web user interface as [UNKNOWN] Router [UNKNOWN] Dealing.
The interface is easy to use and it's great for home user who want to get it up and running fast.
But for savvy user board to customize a whole network to the Mac, it's kind of lagging a little bit.
Also, this one here is a feel free router it has just a regular usual four gigabit land port and one gigabit one or internet port.
There's no [INAUDIBLE] or SD cart slot installed in some other [INAUDIBLE] routers.
So all things considered, this one here at the cost of $140 Can be a good buy as long as you believe that you would get better via future footwear upgrade because I do because I'm an optimist.
You see, I don't care if the glass is half full.
I like it empty because then I can fill it with cold beer and then immediately empty it again.
And that's because I'm [UNKNOWN] and it's summer time.