The DIR-855 Saga Continues

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Tim Higgins

At the rate D-Link is going, it might as well put a bullet in this product and move on. The company hasn’t even fully recovered from its recall of the product for an assembly error. And now the much-delayed dual-band draft 11n router seems to have disappeared from web retailers’ shelves.

A Pricegrabber search returns a "no sellers listed for this product" and the product has disappeared completely from NewEgg.

We’ve asked D-Link for comment and will post an update when we hear back.

6/12/2008 Update! Read the full DIR-855 review.

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