D-Link cuts price on two draft 11n routers

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Tim Higgins

Effective immediately, the MSRP of the DIR-615 has been reduced by $20 to $79.99 and the DIR-655 by $30 to $149.99. This brings street prices down to as low as $50 and $120, respectively.

Both routers are single-radio, single band models. D-Link did not announce price cuts on any dual-band models. But it recently introduced the single-radio dual-band DIR-628, which is street priced at under $100.

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