Your Laptop Wi-Fi Sucks, Here’s How to Fix it

Your Laptop Wi-Fi Sucks, Here’s How to Fix it

You have an AC router and you’re happy with the speeds you’re getting on your laptop but what you don’t realize is how much faster your laptop or desktop could be running. What most people don’t know is even though you have an AC router most of your devices are still running off older Wi-Fi standards like 11b, g, or n. Now that doesn’t mean that you should revert back to an N router just because you have Wireless N devices; you’re still getting a better connection with an AC router but the device isn’t able to fully take advantage the 11AC. But how do you fix that? How are you supposed to take advantage of your super fast, spaceship router without buying all new devices? That’s where a Wi-Fi Adapter, like our AC1900 Ultra Wi-Fi USB Adapter (DWA-192), comes in.

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Think of it like a language barrier: your Wireless N laptop or desktop is at a beginner’s level of Wi-Fi, we’re talking 2 years of high school classes, but your AC router is a much more advanced Wi-Fi speaker, it was born in it, molded by it (please, someone get that reference). By adding a Wi-Fi Adapter it acts as a translator, breaking that language barrier and allowing your laptop to understand and take advantage of your more advanced router. The adapter not only works to to boost your devices’ speeds but it will also help strengthen the signal between your device and the router, making HD streaming, file downloads and online gaming smooth and lag free.

So if you have a laptop or desktop computer and an AC router, like the AC3200 Ultra Wi-Fi Router (DIR-890L/R), that you want to take full advantage of, consider the AC1900 Ultra Wi-Fi USB Adapter (DWA-192) to help boost your devices’ speed and performance.