The WNCE2001 is a small piece of hardware. It is wedge shaped and strongly reminds of another product we tested not that long ago.
As you can see, the similarities are uncanny. Even on the backside you can see that the housing is made by the same company.
The difference is that on the other product you have multiple options for the way it runs, while on the WNCE2001 you only have the option to use it as a wireless adapter.
The back of the WNCE2001 has the RJ-45 port along with the power port, a reset switch and a Wireless Protected Setup button. This one can be very important if you are setting this up on a system that does not have an OS to allow you to configure it. Overall, the WNCE2001 is a pretty simple device, but it is one that can certainly have an impact.
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