D-Link’s new DIR-2680 router features an Intel chipset that’s focused on security

It’s hard to feel a little paranoid about security. After all, it seems like not a week goes past without some major cybersecurity hack or breach.

To compound matters, networking and security are complex topics that befuddle even some advanced users.

In a bid to simplify matters, D-Link has just unveiled its DIR-2680 D-Fend router. At its heart, it is a dual-band AC2600-class router. That means data transfer rates of up to 800Mbps on its 2.4GHz network and 1,733Mbps on its 5GHz network.

The main highlight, however, is its use of the Intel Home Wi-Fi WAV500 chipset. This particular chipset was designed with security in mind and ties in with the McAfee Secure Home Platform. Remember, Intel acquired McAfee in 2011.

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