The TV-M7 comes in a rather large box for a 7-inch device. In fact, if you just look at it you would not think that this was a camera monitor, but a Digital Photo frame. This was probably TRENDnet's intent. Of course, the words "7-inch Wireless Internet Camera and Photo Monitor" would probably give it away.
As Per their normal practice, the back of the box shows you how the TV-M7 fits into your network and what accessories are available from TRENDnet to work with it.
Inside you will find everything you need to get the TV-M7 running as well as a couple of items to add to your experience. These extras are a pair of designer frames and a USB cable for connection to your PC.
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