Reviews and Problems with Western Digital My Net N900 (WDBWVK0000NSL)
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WD My Net N900 Central Review
29 January 2013
Summary: Final Thoughts
The WD MyNet N900 Central is unit worth considering, especially for users who do not already have a network storage solution in their house or small office. 2 TB is a considerable backup space for most users, and the unit’s ability to serve up to DLNA-certified players such as the...
Review and Giveaway: Western Digital My Net N900 Wireless Router
30 December 2012
Excerpt: Back in 2010, I purchased Apple’s Airport Extreme wireless router for my daily Internet perusing purposes. I was so satisfied with the purchase that I haven’t even looked at any other options.
Pros: Better aesthetics than most routers in the market, fantastic performance.
Cons: Isn’t, in my opinion, as well designed as Apple’s Airport Extreme.
Summary: Overall, the Western Digital My Net N900 is a good buy for those intimidated by the term "Network Attached Storage," "Router," or both. Setting up the N900 was smoother than the Seagate or the Iomega, and we had no problems configuring the router, cloud access and apps.
WD My Net N900 1TB Central Dual Band (WDBKSP0010BCH) 1TB Storage Router Review
24 September 2012
Conclusion: So its a dual Band router with 1TB worth personal cloud storage- not as a near full-fledged NAS as I would have perhaps thought it would have been. I know to a certain extent I may have put together a somewhat respectable sized write- up, but I would have called this a review if I had a good enough...
Excerpt: Western Digital is not a name typically associated with networking and routers. If you look at their product line over the last few years it makes sense though. The Western Digital MY NET routers should make a fine accompaniment to their Powerline AV Storage, and WD TV Live.
Excerpt: The days of needing a router just to catch up on captioned cat photos have long since gone the way of the beeper. Today, everything from video calling and media streaming, to automatic “cloud” backups and farming gold in mythical lands is funneled through home broadband — not just on desktops or...
Summary: Western Digital is entering into the router market with the launch of 3 routers and 2 routers with built-in storage. These routers are priced pretty competitively! I will be reviewing the which is retailing for .
Pros: Competitively priced despite comparable performance with more expensive routers, 7x Gigabit LAN Ports, Built-in fan provides good air ventilation, 2x USB Ports with one of them being USB 3.0
Cons: Ugly admin interface, Admin interface logs you out after 10 minutes of inactivity, Slow wired transfer speed