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D-LINK DIR-510L Expert Reviews

chip.com.my
Reviewed on 2016-08-08
USB storage sharing, Dualband wirelessNone
Just when we thought internet couldn't get any more portable, we were proven wrong by D-Link when they sent it their D-Link DIR-501L Wi-Fi AC750. Not only is it a portable router, it's also a 4,000mAh portable power bank. You can charge your mobile device...
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aselabs.com
Reviewed on 2016-05-23
1 Minute Review The D-Link DIR-510L retails for a bit over $100 at the time of this review ( Amazon ). D-Link knows how to make routers and how to handle connectivity, in general. If you're looking for a product that you can easily connect and...
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missingremote.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-09
There are a lot of reasons to include a travel router in your kit bag when heading out for an extended excursion. The most obvious, is providing a single interface to captive Wi-Fi portals used in hotels, resorts and many cafés. This can save you some mon...
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itwire.com
Reviewed on 2015-12-04
Going on hols? This portable router may be the answer to solving the kid's boredom as you can share 3G/4G, Wi-Fi, or Ethernet connection with multiple computers, smartphones and tablets.D-Link's AC750 portable travel router DIR-510L allows you to share br...
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pcmag.com
Reviewed on 2014-09-19
User-friendly setup and management. Charges mobile devices. Four-hour battery life. Supports external USB drives. Dual-band router. Supports 802.11AC.Slow 2.4GHz throughput. During testing, SharePort Web Access did not open in Internet Explorer 11. Only one WAN 10/100 port
D-Link's WiFi AC750 Portable Router and Charger ($119.99) distinguishes itself from comparable travel routers I've tested in a few ways. First, it's larger than most travel routers—it's the shape and size of a candybar-style smartphone. Also, unlike most ...
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gadgetreview.com
Reviewed on 2014-08-11
Up to 750 Mbps, Accepts 3G/4G Cellular ModemsVertical positioning difficult with Ethernet cable plugged in
nyone who travels knows there's some inconveniences that can't be avoided — back in the day that might be having to pay extra to make a phone call from a hotel, but now it's all about wireless access. Travelers expect WiFi in their hotel room, but sometim...
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idgnews.in
Reviewed on 2014-05-12
In case you're wondering what AC750 means, it's the industry's fuzzy-math marketing speak for informing buyers that a router supports two 150Mbps spatial streams using the 802.11n standard, and one 433Mbps spatial stream using the 802.11ac standard (never...
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macworld.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-12
Batterypower option, USB port supports storage or a 3G/4G/LTE modemSlow TCP throughput at long range, Very expensive
Most travel routers trail the market, supporting older standards and offering limited features. Few would say that about D-Link's DIR-510L (or the Wi-Fi AC750, depending on which name you find easier to remember). This is the first travel router to suppor...
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pcworld.com_techhive.com
Reviewed on 2014-05-12
Battery-power option, USB port supports storage or a 3G/4G/LTE modemSlow TCP throughput at long range, Very expensive
Most travel routers trail the market, supporting older standards and offering limited features. Few would say that about D-Link's DIR-510L (or the Wi-Fi AC750, depending on which name you find easier to remember). This is the first travel router to suppor...
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pcworld.in
Reviewed on 2014-05-05
Most travel routers trail the market, supporting older standards and offering limited features. Few would say that about D-Link's DIR-510L (or the Wi-Fi AC750, depending on which name you find easier to remember). This is the first travel router to suppor...
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macnn.com
Reviewed on 2014-04-08
Battery powered, Quick setup, Potentially saves money, DLNA/SharePort accessLimited configuration, 1A charge only when router off
Having Internet access in hotels and other similar locations used to be a miasma of connectivity issues. If Wi-Fi was available, it was (and often still is) overloaded, at a cost per device, and slow. The addition of 4G to most major markets has helped th...
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smallnetbuilder.com
Reviewed on 2014-03-24
4000mAh rechargeable Liion battery for power and USB device charging, Multiple modes including hotspot (WiFi WAN), Support for 3G/4G USB modems for WAN connectionLacks physical mode change switch, Android/iOS SharePort apps not particularly useful, Ethernet cable not provided, No AP mode, No routing controls
If you're a road warrior looking to add a travel router to your carry on or are looking to upgrade that old travel router that you've been using for years, D-Link's DIR-510L just might fit the bill. The top-of-the line $99 DIR-510L features a 4000 mAh Li-...
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