The range initially comprises:
My Net N900 Central – a dual-band (2.4 and 5GHz; 450+450 Mbps) storage router with 1TB ($399.99) or 2TB ($499.99) of disk space. Other features include four LAN and one WLAN Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) ports; one USB port for additional storage, printer and media share server use; range amplifier antennas for extended range; and UPnP and DLNA support.
My Net N900 – Similar to the N900 Central, but without the internal storage. The $349.99 device also provides seven GbE LAN ports, and two USB ports for storage, printer and media share server use.
My Net N750 – Another dual-band router, but with a theoretical maximum of 300+450 Mbps. It features five GbE ports and two USB ports. ($249.99)
My Net N600 – This one tops out at 300+300 Gbps, and includes five Fast Ethernet (10/100 Mbps) ports and a single USB port. ($149.99)
My Net Switch – Need more GbE ports? The $99.99 My Net Switch is "an eight-Port Gigabit home entertainment switch," according to the company. The ports are permanently assigned high, medium and low priority, so it's just a matter of plugging devices into the appropriate sockets.
"With so many people within the home simultaneously watching movies, playing games and browsing the Web via their iPad, iPhone, Xbox and other devices, the network demands placed on today's connected home has grown exponentially," said Scott Vouri, vice president and general manager of WD's connected home solutions unit.