The Rosewill T600N is a very non-descript, glossy black box. It’s not as stylish as other competing units, but it’s not as noticeable as some of its competitors’ predecessors. In retrospect, those Linksys WRT54Gs were hideous.
It has a number of LEDs on its top to indicate WPS and power status, as well as WLAN activity on each wireless band, WAN activity, and LAN activity for each of its four ports. The signature Rosewill logo is in the middle and there is plenty of venting on the sides.
The rear has the antenna ports, Ethernet ports for LAN and WAN, and a power connector. There is also a reset button. The pair of antenna that is used for both sending and receiving is huge. It’s an SMA connector, so folks who want to replace either of these with a much higher gain antenna can do so easily. The bottom simply bears the regulatory labels.
Colin Dean has been a writer for ThinkComputers since 2006.