The TK-IP101 comes in a decent and sturdy looking box; the front clearly shows an image of the product with some details to get you looking closer.
The back of the box gives even greater detail showing off the ports and where the TK-IP101 fits into your network.
Inside the box we find everything we need to get the TK-IP101 running with a single system; including KVM cable, power supply, USB cable (for a USB KVM or USB connection to a computer), three Serial Console (PPP) adapters, a quick start guide and CD-ROM with full manual and utilities.
TRENDNet also sent along their TK-423K four-port USB/PS/2 KVM Switch Kit with audio. This comes in a much larger box (complete with handle). The TK-423K follows the same type of packaging as the TK-IP101. We get a nice clean image of the device with pictures of the accessories included.
The back of the TK-423K's box shows us the diagram and related products.
Inside the TK-423K's box (okay, is it just me or do you hear the storm trooper in the first Star Wars here? - "TK-423K, why aren't you at your post?") you get a ton of extras. These include four full PS/2-USB KVM cables, four USB to PS/2 adapters, four audio bridge cables (both mic and speakers) and of course a power pack and quick-start guide.
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