Synology debuts first ever router

Synology has announced it is entering into a new market with the addition of its RT1900ac router.

The router features a USB 3.0 port, as well as an SD card slot so users can stream videos and content from the device to watch.

The router offers IEEE 802.11b/g/n/ac, 2.4GHz and 5GHz dual simultaneous bands and 3×3 MIMO streams.

Billy Knowles, sales manager for the UK, Ireland and Nordics, at Synology, told PCR: “The RT1900ac router is still in development and we haven’t actually got a release date on that yet.

“1900 will be the speed of the AC Wi-Fi, and you can still use it as a small NAS, as it’s got an SD card as well, so you can install some packages onto that.”

Synology has also taken the same interface found in its NAS products, and applied them to the router, making it much easier to use.

Release date: TBA | Contact: Synology ( | Price: TBA

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