Improve the connectivity of your Meta Quest 2 with the wireless network adapter from D-Link
Gamers and VR enthusiasts, especially those using Facebook/Meta Quest 2 hardware, might be interested in a new kit in the form of the D-Link DWA-F18 VR. Air Bridge Wireless Network Adapter, specially created to enhance your VR experience. D-Link has released a new wireless dongle created specifically for Meta Quest 2 through an exclusive partnership with Meta.
Equipped with D-Link’s advanced Wi-Fi 6 firmware and Meta’s proprietary VR algorithms, the wireless adapter delivers low-latency wireless connectivity and improved Wi-Fi efficiency, say the engineers responsible for creating the new material.
Unfortunately, no pricing information has yet been released, although the press release indicates that the DWA-F18 VR Air Bridge Wireless Network Adapter will soon be available across North America. But as soon as any information comes to light, we’ll keep you posted, as always.
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“D-Link introduces a new VR Airbridge exclusively designed for the Meta Oculus Quest 2 headset. Designed for ultra-low latency and a dedicated wireless connection for your PC and Meta Oculus Ques 2. The DWA-F18 VR Airbridge provides high-performance wireless links between Meta Quest 2 and PCs/laptops, eliminating cable clutter to provide enhanced and safer VR gaming experiences.
– Connect your Meta Quest 2 to your PC: Establish a direct WiFi 6 connection between your Meta Quest 2 headset and your PC
– Expand your PC VR game library: Open your Meta Quest 2 to the PC VR game world and access a wide range of PC VR games from the action-packed Meta Quest Rift library
– Premium, highly immersive PC VR gaming experience: Designed for Meta, ensuring easy setup and optimal performance with your Meta Quest 2 headset when used with the Wireless Network Adapter
“Although connecting Meta Quest 2 via a PC/Laptop significantly improves performance and graphics quality, most gamers are connected via the home Wi-Fi router or a dedicated gaming router. Many Wi-Fi router connections – Home Fi can be unstable and is likely affected by other connected home Wi-Fi devices. Gaming routers can be much more expensive, take longer to set up, and definitely not tuned for optimized Meta Quest 2 connectivity,” explained CJ Chang, CEO of D-Link Corporation.
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