D-Link DIR-685 Video
D-Link DIR-685 Video Transcript
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>> Hi, I'm Tom Merritt from CNET.com at CES 2009 taking a look at the D-Link DIR-685 all-in-one N router. Of course it's an 802.11n router, almost all of them are these days. But the all-in-one refers to, in fact that it's got lot of stuff packed in here. Now, my least favorite is this 3.2 inch picture frame on the front. You could put your own pictures in here, you can have an RSS feed, feed the pictures in, that's of absolutely no interest to me but it might be of interest to you. Now on the back is where it gets interesting for me, 2 USB ports here so you can have a print server hooked up. Of course you have the wired Ethernet cable hook ups as well. And over here on the side, there's a place for SATA drive. That's where you can pop a SATA drive in there and store your pictures. It's going to be around 299 dollars and available in early spring. Once again, the D-Link DIR-685 all-in-one N router at CES 2009, I'm Tom Merritt. ^M00:00:53 [ Music ]
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