Packaging is quite traditional for WD with a blue background and logo at the top left. We have an image of the device to the right with appropriate capacity at the bottom left.
The top of the box offers the features and specs for the PR4100. As you can see it supports Windows and macOS along with DLNA and UPnP.
Included in the box we have the power adapter left, power cord middle and ethernet cable to the right.
The NAS itself is a familiar form factor, four bays across the front with LED indicators below and a small screen above. The power button and one-touch copy are to the left.
The back houses a large cooling fan, dual gigabit ethernet and two USB 3.0 ports. At the very bottom, we have two barrel connectors for redundant power applications
Internally, we have four WD100EFAX 10TB drives from the Red family.
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