The new Linksys AC3200 Tri-Band Smart Wi-Fi Router (EA9200) is now available in Singapore at S$399 at Challenger stores, and at other retailers from end-February.
Customers signing up for Singtel’s 1Gbps broadband connection gets a S$100 discount voucher on the EA9200.
“The Linksys EA9200 Tri-Band Router features an innovative Smart Connect technology which automatically balances your devices over the two high-speed 5 GHz bands in real time. It selects the best band for each device, ensuring optimal device performance,” said Mike Chen, vice president product development, Linksys.
The new router promises faster wireless networking speeds for families with multiple internet users and demanding high performance for all their connected devices.
“Linksys is all about quality and performance. Our goal with the EA9200 Tri-Band Smart Wi-Fi router is to enable families who have a lot of devices connect to the internet wirelessly and achieve high performance and speeds. Bundling the EA9200 with Singtel’s 1Gbps fibre plan will enable users to enjoy the benefits of a high speed fibre connection coupled with a high performance router in one sitting.” said Mike Chen, vice president product development, Linksys.
The new EA9200 offers networking speeds up to 3.2 Gbps and is suited for large or small homes or apartment environments that need both performance and range for home networks.
As part of its launch, the EA9200, Linksys’ most powerful product launched to date, is being bundled together with Singtel’s 1Gbps Unlimited Fibre Broadband plan from 6 February, 2014.
The partnership enables customers to experience even faster connection speeds that were previously unavailable to home users and families.
Industry Research firm – IDC, forecasts that by 2017, consumers worldwide will be using 9.8 billion devices capable of connecting to a home network router.
The Linksys EA9200 Tri-Band Router is designed for homes with many connected devices and simultaneous wireless activities – such as multiple computers, smart phones, tablets, gaming consoles, home automation like WEMO and other networked devices.