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Thursday, 03 March 2011 10:03

AirLive N.Mini reviewed - Closer Look at N.Mini

Written by Muamer Odobasic
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Review: Small, practical and reliable

 

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AirLive N.Mini measures 75 x 54 x 18 mm, which is slightly less than a standard cigarette box. As you can see, the design is pretty simple.

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Top of the device features 5 status LEDs and a WPS key, which is used to set up the connection between two identical N.Mini devices.

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The bottom of the device has a three-step switch for operation mode, a hole with the reset key and an air outlet used for cooling.

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Back of the N.Mini features one 10/100Mbps network connectors and a power connector as well. Of course, the network port is used for connecting the device to your modem and there is no option for connecting more devices.

 

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