WD today expanded its product offerings for the Indian market with the new My Net family of wireless routers. These routers are equipped with WD’s FasTrack technology that detects multimedia traffic on the network and automatically “fast forwards” it to tablets, smartphones, game consoles or any other entertainment device.
The My Net router supports dual-band wireless N and includes an improved user interface that can be used to setup the router from a regular PC to a tablet device. The range consists of four routers with a price starting from Rs. 5,699 and going up to a whopping Rs. 26,000.
My Net N600 is the entry-level My Net router that is equipped with dual-band N network support (300+300 Mbps), FasTrack technology, 5 Ethernet ports and one USB port. Its priced st Rs. 5,699.
The My Net N750 is also equipped with all of the My Net 600 features but increases data throughput to 750Mbps (300+450 Mbps) and an additional USB port. My Net 750 is priced at Rs. 7,199.
My Net N900 will sell for Rs. 11,999 and will give transfer speed of up to 450Mbps on both 2.4Ghz and 5GHz bands, 8 Ethernet ports for speeds of up to 10/100/1000Mbps, 2 USB ports, printer and media share server support, DLNA certified and range amplifier.
My Net N900 Central is the top-of-the-line router from WD. It provides the advantages of My Net N900 with 5 Ethernet ports, DNLA, printer and media share server and 1 USB port and also adds 1TB or 2TB storage option. The N900 Central will work as a combination of a router and NAS that will allow users to setup automatic wireless backup. The 1TB version will sell for Rs. 20,999 and 2TB N900 Central will go for Rs. 25,999.