There are more and more WiFi zones that support the new Wi-Fi 6 wireless protocol, but if the computer with which we connect to them does not have a compatible network card, we will have to make do with more limited connections under previous protocols such as Wi-Fi 5 or even Wi-Fi N.
In order to solve this problem, D-Link has introduced the new DWA-X1850 USB Wi-Fi 6 AX1800 adapter, to upgrade any laptop or computer (with Windows operating system) to Wi-Fi 6 simply by connecting it to a USB 3.0 port.
The installation of this adapter only requires connecting it to a USB 3.0 port on laptops or desktops with Windows operating environment. The device has the drivers integrated and will be recognized as a new WiFi adapter.
Another great advantage of Wi-Fi 6 is that it also operates in the 2.4GHz band (previous Wi-Fi 5 was only activated in the 5 GHz band, down to Wi-Fi N in 2.4 GHz connections) and due to the fact that in long distances it is more convenient to use the 2.4 GHz band, this supposes a notable increase in performance in many cases.
This is how you can upgrade a PC to WiFi 6
For its part, Wi-Fi 6 incorporates MU-MIMO uplink/downlink (the latest version of Wi-Fi 5 Wave 2 also integrated MU-MIMO but only for the downlink), which together with OFDMA and 1024-QAM modulation considerably reduce the latency and increase throughput and capacity.
Wi-Fi 6 D-Link DWA-X1850
The D-Link DWA-X1850 USB to Wi-Fi 6 adapter is now available in supermarkets and specialized stores at a RRP of €59.99.
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