Once we move the TEW-624UB adapter out of the way, we get a look at the rest of the package.
Considering that you can pick up this product for just over $50 USD including shipping and taxes, we are already impressed with the adapter alone, but let's see what else TRENDnet has managed to pack in.
First up is the utility and driver CD-ROM, which includes not just that, but also a free complimentary copy of McAfee security suite as a bonus, though we didn't end up using it - I am happy with the free software I use such as AVG Free, Spybot Search and Destroy and CCleaner. The CD-ROM also includes a copy of the Quick Installation Guide and User Manual.
Moving on, there is a basic Quick Installation Guide in a range of different languages - it tells you how to install the software and get the wireless connection up and running. TRENDnet also includes a handy twistable USB 2.0 cable which you can plug the adapter into for possibly better range, since it points the adapter up vertically rather than horizontally, when plugged directly into a USB port.
That covers everything inside the package - there is not a lot here to talk about. But having said that, it is more than enough to get you up and running and we can't fault it.
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