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D-Link DIR-813 AC750 Wi-Fi Router Reviewed by Mikerose23 on Nov 10 . Rating: 4 D-Link DIR-813 AC750 Wi-Fi Router The DIR-813 AC750 Wi-Fi Router is an affordable yet powerful wireless networking solution which combines the latest high-speed 802.11ac Wi-Fi specification with dual-band technology and fast Ethernet ports to deliver a seamless networking experience. The increased range and reliability of wireless AC technology reaches farther into your home, and the […]

D-Link DIR-813 AC750 Wi-Fi Router


D-Link DIR-813 AC750 Wi-Fi Router


The DIR-813 AC750 Wi-Fi Router is an affordable yet powerful wireless networking solution which combines the latest high-speed 802.11ac Wi-Fi specification with dual-band technology and fast Ethernet ports to deliver a seamless networking experience. The increased range and reliability of wireless AC technology reaches farther into your home, and the DIR-813′s advanced security features keep your network and data safe from intruders. Three high gain antennas will give you more Wi-Fi coverage throughout your home.

  • Next Generation Wireless Technology – Wireless AC750 for optimized performance and reliable coverage delivering smooth HD video streaming, fast file transfers and lag-free video chatting.
  • Dual Band Performance – Up to 300Mbps (2.4GHz) + 433Mbps (5GHz) to deliver fast wireless speeds and less interference for maximum throughput
  • Backward Compatibility – Compatible with a/b/g/n devices.
  • Wired Connectivity – Four Fast Ethernet ports for fast device connectivity.
  • High-Performance Antennas: 3 high-performance antennas deliver maximum range around your home.



What customers say about D-Link DIR-813 AC750 Wi-Fi Router?

  • 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for multiple devices, and gets great range., October 23, 2015
    By 
    Sven Robertson (Northeastern United States) –

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    This review is from: D-Link DIR-813 AC750 Wi-Fi Router (Personal Computers)
    After upgrading my internet service recently to max at 50ish Mbps, I realized I needed to get a new router because my router maxed out much lower than that (it was probably 8 years old or more). I ended up going with TP-LINK TL-WR841N Wireless N300 Home Router because it was cheap but seemed to do what I needed. It worked well enough, but I was having some problems with using it across the house. After less than three months of owning that one, I ordered this D-Link DIR-813 router as it seemed to have a greater range (i.e., I could use it across my house) and because I wanted the 5 ghz for my mobile devices.

    Setup was pretty easy, although I did have to make a few tweaks to my general setup. I restarted both my computer and my modem, and I ended up deciding to upgrade the DIR-813 firmware. I think it was a combination of things that came together and gave me some problems right at the beginning, but once I had it setup this thing was great.

    I compared speeds in two rooms and with a couple of different devices. Within the same room as the router, I had no difference in speed between this D-Link model and the TP-LINK model, maxing out at around 35 Mbps on both. Upload speed was the same, as well. I noticed a small difference across the house from the router with this D-Link router having the advantage. I also compared on my Android phone and on my niece’s iPhone. Both were hooked to this router at 5 ghz. The speed was much faster on this router.

    This router handles multiple devices extremely well. I have family visiting now, so at any given time there could be two computers, three phones, a smart t.v. and a Chromecast all connected. I got a lot of drop off with my old router, but this one has not done so at all. My Chromecast was buffering so much with my original router, but it did a bit better with the TP-LINK router. With the D-Link router, I have had almost zero buffering even when streaming from my computer. That is impressive.

    Thus far, I have had no problems with this router. I am not a hardcore gamer, so I am not sure if it would cause any problems with gaming. It definitely allows me to stay connected, to download and upload stuff for work, and to actually use my computer in rooms other than the room where the router is.

    For full disclosure, I received this router for a discounted price in exchange for my honest, unbiased review of it. These are my own opinions. My TP-LINK router is a verified purchase, and I have indeed replaced that router with this one as the router I use in my home.

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  • 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not Bad, Not Great, October 4, 2015
    By 
    Bob Jones (Tennessee) –

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    This review is from: D-Link DIR-813 AC750 Wi-Fi Router (Personal Computers)
    D-Link has a varied history when it comes to routers, and this one continues that pattern. It’s not too bad as a router/access point, but there are aspects that certainly show a good deal of cost-cutting and short-sightedness on the part of the manufacturer.

    The wireless signal is pretty strong – if you’re in the right spots. However, unlike most other routers that I’ve tried, I found several dead spots with this one. They were fairly random – seemingly not the result of distance, walls, etc. It was unexpected. However, outside of those areas, the signal is strong and pretty consistent.

    Perhaps the most telling thing, though, is the speed of the wired ports. They’re only 10/100 mb. I really, truly can’t remember seeing anything less than gigabit (10/100/100 mb) on any other product made within the past 5 years. They may have saved 2 cents each by making cutting the wired speed to a tenth of the standard although realistically, 10/100 is so out of date, I’d almost expect them to cost more because they’re impossible to find. This is the kind of nonsensical thing you’ll find randomly throughout this device.

    This router was obviously designed and built to be a router that could be truthfully advertised a AC, without investing any more into it than absolutely necessary. They were going for the very low end of the market here, and they nailed it. There are lots of things it does just as well as any other router, but there’s nothing it excels at, and it does have some flaws.

    If you need an AC router, and you can’t spend any more than this, it’ll (mostly) do the job for you. If, however, you have a few extra dollars, or can be a little flexible on the technology you need, you can get several 802.11N routers that are better and have more features, All in all, not bad, but not great,

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  • 3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Experienced a gain of 15Mbsp with this AC750 router! See the pictures for screenshots!, September 24, 2015
    By 
    Michelly and Jose (Orlando, Florida) –

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    This review is from: D-Link DIR-813 AC750 Wi-Fi Router (Personal Computers)
    My older router wasn’t bad. It was reliable and haven’t had any problems. I had an opportunity to obtain this router, and I’ll post the results with screenshots of two different speed test I used, and before and after.
    Ok, here’s the scoop. I gained about 15 Mbps!
    That was impressive! Again, my older router didn’t have a problem. It wasn’t the latest technology (b/g/n 2.4 GHz and a/n 5.0 GHz) but I was happy, and I don’t have any devices (yet) that have the AC standards.

    Ok, so back to this new one, D-Link DIR-813 AC750. Great range. I tested throughout the house and much better range. It is also a dual band (2.4GHz and 5GHz. First one for normal browsing, second for streaming and games) It was 3 antennas, which I like to point in directions I need them most. Since I don’t have any AC devices, I wasn’t expecting much. I’m glad I was wrong. A gain of about 15 Mbps is HUGE!

    I’ll include the proof with pictures of the results. Let me point that the before and after are under the same conditions, only my laptop connected (wirelessly) and nothing else.

    I received this product at a slight discount in exchange for my honest and unbiased review. This is merely from my experience with this product, and a positive review is not guaranteed.

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