D-Link passes Xbox compatibility

The D-Link DI-604 Express EtherNetwork 4-Port Broadband Router and the D-Link DI-614+ AirPlus Enhanced Wireless Broadband Router have been tested extensively with Xbox Live andmeet the highest standard of quality according to Microsoft, who has awarded the Xbox Home Router Compatibility Logo to both routers.

“Earning the Xbox Live Compatibility Logo from Microsoft is great and it underscores our commitment to Xbox and the gaming community at large,” said Steven Joe, President of D-Link. “The DI-604 and the DI-614+ are excellent performance and protection choices for gamers who want to have a fast, reliable and satisfying experience while playing on Xbox Live.”

Both the D-Link Express EtherNetwork DI-604 4-Port Broadband Router and the D-Link AirPlus Enhanced Wireless DI-614+ Broadband Router provide the latest in technology and features important to online gamers accessing Xbox Live while remaining affordable and easy to install and use. The D-Link Express EtherNetwork DI-604 is an award-winning platform packed with advanced router and firewall features at an unbeatable price. Both routers provide a high-speed solution for online gamers accessing Xbox Live using an Ethernet connection, allowing the maximum frame-rate possible and less dropped connections, keeping the gamer immersed in Xbox Live.

Price and AvailabilityThe D-Link Express EtherNetwork DI-604 High Performance Broadband Router and the DI-614+ AirPlus Enhanced Wireless Broadband Router are available now through authorized retail, reseller, and distribution partners at a Manufacturer’s Suggested Price MSRP of $49 and Estimated Street Price ESP of $39. The D-Link Express EtherNetwork DI-604 comes with a One Year Warranty and absolutely FREE 24/7 Technical Support including firmware updates. The D-Link AirPlus Enhanced Wireless Broadband Router DI-614+ is available now through authorized retail, reseller, and distribution partners at a Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price MSRP of $99 and Estimated Street Price ESP of $79. The D-Link AirPlus Enhanced Wireless Broadband Router comes with a Three Year Warranty and absolutely FREE 24/7 Technical Support including firmware and driver updates.

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