D-Link DSM-750 Wireless N HD Media Center Extender Now on Sale

dlink dsm 750 hd media center extender

Well, what do you know? D-Link finally got around to releasing the wireless-N version of their HD Media Center Extender that was showcased January 2007 at CES (and also originally promised “to ship in early, Q2 2007”). D-link currently offers the DSM-750 on their website at the MSRP of $329.99 and it appears to have all the stated features that were touted when it was announced – always a good thing. Note the antenna has been changed. The three prong antenna is now built in instead of being external. [via]

Feature Highlights:

  • Dual User Modes: Extender for Windows® Media Center and D-Link MediaLounge™
  • MediaLounge Mode Enables Direct Access of Music, Photos, and Videos from PCs, Network Attached Storage, or USB Flash Drives
  • Supports Most Popular Media File Formats (See Product Specs)
  • Enhanced Wireless Network Security with Support for WPA™ and WPA2™ Encryption
  • Wired 10/100 Fast Ethernet Connectivity
  • HDMI and Component Video Outputs
  • S-Video and Composite Video Outputs
  • Coaxial and Optical Digital Audio Outputs
  • Setup Wizard for Easy Configuration
  • Supports Windows® Connect Now9 for Quick Wireless Configuration Using a USB Flash Drive

Filed in: Streaming Media Devices

  • Sam


  • http://blogs.digitalmediaphile.com/barb/ barb

    that does not look like a production model. the production model has three built in antennae. see http://blogs.digitalmediaphile.com/barb/2008/03/10/DLink+DSM750+Media+Center+Extender+FAR+Better+Than+Linksys.aspx

  • http://www.ehomeupgrade.com Alexander Grundner

    No, you’re right. I used the image I had on file. I’ll update it with the one D-Link currently has up which shows three built-in antennas. I subconsciously knew something was different. Thanks for pointing it out, Barb. Strange thing, though, the SnapShots link rollover thumbnail shows the image with the external cable antenna. I wonder how recently D-Link updated the product shot?