Match LB-Link gigabit router with MU-MIMO offers 4x faster speed than similar 802.11n. Full Gigabit ports. Boosted coverage with Beamforming. (5G+2.4G) Dual-band enabled. Get reliable streaming for mobile phones and laptops.
delivers high-performance and affordable home Wi-Fi with a total speed of up to 1200mbps. Handle simple tasks like sending emails or web browsing on the 2.4GHz band and bandwidth-intensive tasks like online gaming or 4K/8K UHD streaming on the 5 GHz band- all lag-free.
[ Dual-Band ]
This Dual-band gigabit router enables the wi-fi router to provide swift speed to all the users simultaneously. Match LB-Link Mu-Mimo gigabit router provides 5G+2.4G. The 2.4GHz band delivers speed up to 300Mbps, ready for everyday tasks like emailing and web browsing, while the 5GHz band delivers speed up to 867Mbps, ideal for HD video streaming and lag-free online gaming.
[ Ultra-Fast Speed ]
The 1200Mbps router’s dual-band provides a total speed of 1200mbps. It is formed in two packages of 867mbps + 300mbps but it serves these packages at the same time which eliminates lag-free surfing and gaming.
[ Full Gigabit Ports ]
Gigabit Ethernet ports (1 WAN +4 LAN) deliver maximum wired speed. Plugin your PCs, smart TVs, and gaming consoles for fast and reliable connections.
[ Full Home Coverage ]
Four 6dBi high gain antennas of this dual-band router send Wi-Fi signals to every corner of your home. Stay connected and enjoy fast Wi-Fi whether you are lounging on the sofa or relaxing on the balcony. Beamforming technology detects devices, even if they are far-away or low-powered, and concentrates wireless signal strength towards them.
[ Ultra Connectivity ]
This Match LB-Link gigabit router supports 64 devices at the same time. With the MU-MIMO technology, it passes the same speed to all the devices simultaneously.
[ Hardware Acceleration ]
Hardware acceleration is a way to reduce the number of packets for which a router has to make a decision. With it turned on, the CPU only looks at the first few packets of a stream of traffic to make its decisions. If the traffic is allowed, the router will pick the destination and tell a specialized chip to make the same decision on all of the packets that are part of the same stream.