D-Link, the end-to-end computer networking solutions provider for
consumer and business, today announced that two of its popular home
network routers will be sold in Microsoft Corp.’s new retail stores
opening in Mission Viejo, Calif. and Scottsdale, Ariz.
Wireless N Router and DIR-655 Xtreme N Wireless Router were selected
to be the exclusive home routers available in Microsoft’s first retail
"brick and mortar" operations. They, along with several other of
D-Link’s family of routers with the latest 802.11n wireless technology,
recently passed Windows 7 testing, qualifying them for the "Compatible
with Windows 7" logo program.
Officially launched on Oct. 22,
Windows 7 is the latest version of the Windows operating system for use
on personal computers. The "Compatible with Windows 7" logo program is
designed to help companies develop systems and devices that have been
tested to ensure that they meet Microsoft standards for Windows 7, with
the goal of improving usability for the customer.
Wireless N Router (DIR-615) was one of the first routers on the market
to be tested as compatible with Windows 7. The following D-Link routers
have been tested for compatibility and have qualified to display the
"Compatible with Windows 7" logo on their packaging: