The router bears the traditional blue and black colors of the Linksys brand. The front has a series of LEDs on the front for power, LAN activity, Internet, Wireless, and Security. There are vents on the top and bottom to keep the motherboard cool. A black button is on top, but it’s been marked with a “Reserved” sticker. Given that it has a lock on it, I would assume that it has probably been reserved for secure easy set up.
The bottom of the WRT150N-RM has a small label showing the serial number and WAN MAC address. The rear of the router has five Ethernet ports: four for the LAN and one for WAN. There’s also a power connection and a reset button.
Summary? It’s a standard router, folks.
Colin Dean has been a writer for ThinkComputers since 2006.