Package and Contents
The packaging for the WNCE2001 was pretty big for what you are getting. I really expected a much smaller box, but the size of the box is really not that big of a deal. Still, the box does give you almost all of the information you need to make an informed product decision. The front has a picture of the WNCE2001 and also tells you exactly what it is, complete with pictures of the devices this is intended for (just in case you did not know).
The back is a little more on the informative side and gives you a more general description along with some scenarios of where this would work best.
Inside we do find something to be happy about, though. It looks like the majority of the packing material is recycled and recyclable. That at least is something. Of course, the look inside is not too bad either.
One of the items that caught our eye was the USB power cable. This is handy for those times when you do not want to have too many things plugged into the wall or are simply on the go. It is very interesting that they included an adapter, though. We are not sure about that one.
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