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Item#: N82E16833124341

LINKSYS NMH410 Media Hub Home Entertainment Storage with LCD

  • RJ45
  • One Power, One Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000), Two USB 2.0
  • Audio: M4A, M4B, MP4, 3GP, WAV, OGG, FLAC, AAC, MP2, AC3, MPA, MP1, AIF, ASF Photo: PNG, TIF, TIFF, BMP, GIF Video: MP1, MPG, SPTS,

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Supported Formats
Audio: M4A, M4B, MP4, 3GP, WAV, OGG, FLAC, AAC, MP2, AC3, MPA, MP1, AIF, ASF
Video: MP1, MPG, SPTS, MP4, AVI, VOB, DivX, 3GP, VDR, MPE, DVR-MS, Xvid, M1V, M4V, MOV, MPV
Playlists: M3U, M3U8, PLS, WPL
Network Interface
One Power, One Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000), Two USB 2.0
External 12V/5A


Provides two bays with SATA interface, easy installation and removal: First bay pre-installed with one green-power, hard disk drive (1 TB), Second bay available for end-user upgrade
Provides two USB ports and one media reader that supports CF/MD/MS/SD/XD/MMC memory cards
Provides a LCD display for system status, configuration and media card backup or import progress
Supports RAID1/JBOD configurations
Share storage with PCs connected to the network through SMB/CIF protocol
Provides PC backup with NTI Shadow software:
Automatic scheduled backup available
On-demand backup via GUI or LCD
Continuous backup option available
Provides user easy way to import media content with Linksys Media Importer
Supports three simultaneous HD streams
Automated "crawl" for UPnP servers to index and aggregate all digital media in the home
Supports iTunes server
Provides user-friendly, browser-based Media Browser to view JPEG pictures, play MP3 and WMA music, and manage system configuration

Dimensions & Weight

7.8" x 4.37" x 6.61"
4.65 lbs.
Warranty, Returns, And Additional Information
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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 1 year
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 1 year
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  • Matt J.
  • 6/18/2009 9:48:51 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

5 out of 5 eggsStart a forum, don't post a "review"...

Pros: This device offers a simple solution for a home network that needs a multiple PC backup system and also has the benefit of sharing media within the LAN or remotely.

Personally, I like the fact that his device offers RAID1. This makes it a viable solution for a reliable backup source. You can also stream 3 HD movies at one time. That comes in handy when you're sharing with your family/roommates.

Cons: Some may consider the price to be high for the media sharing ability. *sigh* And instead of posting in the forums, they decide to post here and sound like disgruntled employees from Cisco.

Other Thoughts: Yes. You can make a media server for roughly the same cost. But the case, HDD, RAM, CPU/Motherboard costs are only part of it. You'd need an O/S, monitor, keyboard, mouse, power supply, (possible) 3rd party coolers (to reduce noise), cables... which I can't believe these "forum criers" are leaving out in their Swiss-cheese debate. On top of that, you'd need to update the OS with patches (semi-weekly), update the anti-virus or whatever programs you have installed just to reduce the security risk.

They have their points, but MY point is this. If you're looking at the 300-305 or 405-410 models of this media hub; READ "REVIEWS" NOT "RANTS". Chances are you won't suddenly "realize" it's expensive if you have the ability to make a media server from parts. What we need in these review sections are just that... reviews.

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  • Michael H.
  • 6/2/2009 8:09:57 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: less than 1 day

1 out of 5 eggsWhy do they insist on charging so much for plastic around a hard drive?

Pros: Can impress you other completely tech naive friends with how much money you spent on a hard drive enclosure with incredibly limited software!!

Cons: As others have said on other models of this device:

You can build a fully functional HTPC for this price. Why limit yourself on available codecs and all the other things you can do with a HTPC that this little box cannot do? Want a small form factor HTPC? There's plenty of manufacturers out there who make small sleek cases and/or systems. Running XP or Vista Media center adds the ability to do so much else (browse web, backup other computers, install codecs, etc..), the flexibility of choosing which HTPC software you want to use, which media players suit your needs, programmable remotes, choice of antivirus apps, etc..etc..

Other Thoughts: Don't own one, wouldn't buy one. Played with one in a store and did some reasearch. If you want a really limited media center where your previous ripped/downloaded media is unlikely to play, this series is the one for you!

Cisco and other makers of these "handy" media systems: stop flooding the market with this junk, especially at these prices. Just about everyone who works with large quantities of media knows, not having the ability to install codecs and run alternate media players is a huge deterrent to flashy little systems like this. The cost is also approaching that of Windows Home Servers, which do a whole lot more for the same price. You might sell a few of these, but the number of returns from folks who realize that can't use all their existing media on the device (incompatible codecs, container not supported, etc..) will kill any profits you hope to make. Either set a realistic price ($150-$200) or expect a very small following....

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