I have a very large family, and with that comes many things, including a bunch of electronics – all connected to my wifi.
With one million different things connected to my wifi, I noticed that my internet connection was gradually getting slower. On this phase, I was getting late emails, some things weren’t loading, and my smart tv was buffering all the time (specially when on Netflix and YouTube). Earlier this month, I decided to install a security camera system in my home, and that’s when everything went downhill. Not only was my internet signal terrible, but there was also a delay on my security camera image and recording, which was very annoying.
I did some research online on how I could speed-up my internet connection, and that’s when I figured that connecting a router to my wifi modem could be a solution. Soon enough I got a hold of Kasda wifi router. Before I go into the details, below I included a brief summary of the specs:
- AC 1200 dual band
- 5dBi high gain antennas
- Brings its own cable modem
- 8MB flash memory and 64MB ram
- Frequency dual band 2.4ghz & 5ghz
- 2.4ghz wifi guest networks
There are multiple things I love about this router. For example, it has a USB outlet which allows you to connect it directly to your computer. The router had a very easy setup, which is done directly on your smartphone. It brings a very detailed manual with all the specifics on the setup, so even if you’re not very “techquie” you’ll be able to set it up. My wifi signal is certainly way faster (it had 4 antennas for a greater reach!), and there’s no longer any delays on my security camera’s recording.
Check it out!