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If you are ready to upgrade to 802.11ac, Rokland.com and Alfa Network, Inc. have you covered with three new additions to our 802.11ac product category this month.

First up is AWUS036ACH, essentially a high powered version of the 2014 AWUS036AC, which was Alfa's first entry into the AC game. Newly revised FCC rules allow for increased output power on the 5 GHz radio band and Alfa has jumped to take advantage. AWUS036ACH packs extra power and heightened receive sensitivity, and features dual upgradeable 5 dBi gain RP-SMA antennas. It is fully compatible with Windows Vista, 7, and both Windows 8 and 8.1. If you are looking for a combination of fast 802.11ac speed and the ability to pick up a network from the far side of your home, the long range AWUS036ACH is the perfect choice.

Then we have AWUS036EAC, which is a small form factor 802.11ac USB adapter with integrated antennas. It includes an LCD docking clip so it can easily go wherever your laptop goes. It is a dongle-style so it can also be plugged directly in to the USB port of a compatible laptop or desktop computer. It is also compatible with Windows Vista, 7, and both 8 and 8.1.

Finally we have AC1200R, Alfa's first and highly anticipated 802.11ac Wi-Fi router. With four detachable RP-SMA dual band transmit/receive antennas and four Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports, AC1200R redefines networking speed. The router also features a full internal firewall and internal web site blocking/filtering capability. AC1200R is the router of choice if you plan to upgrade your entire home to the 802.11ac standard.