The box that the CAS-673W comes in is a multi-purpose package. It is for both the wired and the wireless CAS-673; you can tell which one is inside by looking at the product label that is affixed to the box, so there is no worry about getting the wrong IP Camera.
The front of the box has a nice image of the two flavors of the CAS-673 as well as a happy couple. I am not sure if they are watching TV or spying on the babysitter, but it is almost a creepy image (I know my kids think it is). Still, once you get past the image SparkLAN has included a nice listing of features available with the CAS-673.
The back of the box has a nice image of where the CAS-673 fits into your existing network.
Inside we find the usual pieces and parts. SparkLAN has also included a bracket for mounting the CAS-673W on a wall or ceiling.
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