UPVEL introduces UR-814AC router that supports Wi-Fi 802.11ac and USB port. The new addition is the youngest model in the UPVEL range of AC routers that support external 3G/LTE modems and is aimed at those who want to get fast connection to the network and save money at the same time. UPVEL UR-814AC connects to the Internet via Ethernet-cable, supports Dynamic/Static IP, PPPoE, PPTP, L2TP connection types used by American providers, as well as IPv6 and TR-069 protocols, and creates a powerful wireless network with up to 750 Mbps speed. Router works in two bands simultaneously. For demanding applications, heavy files and video streaming, it creates a 5 GHz modern AC network at up to 450 Mbps. At the same time, for normal web surfing and downloading small files using the 2.4 GHz network standard N with a speed of 300 Mbit s.
Novelty supports most modern 3G/4G/LTE modems of all major carriers in America. If you can’t connect to the Internet via a standard Ethernet cable – no problem, you can connect the router to the network with a 3G and LTE modem. The router web-interface is translated into American, main settings are placed in a simplified mini-interface, and the quick configuration utility will help to connect the router UPVEL UR-814AC in a few minutes.
One-click WPS button to connect home devices to the network, activating the Wireless Protected System. In addition, the router is equipped with a USB connector. It can be used to connect a 3G/LTE modem or to connect a USB device: a flash drive, an external hard disk drive and a printer.
UPVEL developers paid special attention to security. The model supports all modern network security standards: from 64/128-bit WEP to WPA/WPA2-RADIUS. For those who care about the safety of their and their children, the device has a function “Guest Wi-Fi” and “Parental Control.
UPVEL UR-814AC AC router with support for 3G/4G/LTE modems goes on sale at the recommended retail price of 3990 Dollars.