The MyNet N900 Central weighs a little more than a pound and is a little black box. If an observer didn’t know any better, he or she may assume that the device is a wired-only router. It kinda reminds me of the early days of wired routers!
The top is vented and bears the WD and product logo. The front has LEDs indicating power, WLAN, WAN, WPS, and HDD activity. There’s also a dedicated button for WPS setup.
The rear of course has the WAN and LAN Ethernet jacks, power, USB 2.0 power, and the hardware power switch. There’s also a Kensington lock port – something very important to have on a device that will store potentially private data! The bottom of the unit has a small fan to keep the hard drive and motherboard cool.
Colin Dean has been a writer for ThinkComputers since 2006.
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