Packaging for the Velop is getting darn close to being Apple-esque. On the outside, we have a moderately colored box with an image of the device. Subtle branding.
Opening the box, you can see what I'm talking about. Each node has its own vacuum molded place as do each of the power adapters.
The scope of delivery includes what we see above - three nodes with power adapters and a flat white Ethernet cable.
The Velop nodes stand tall about the size of a PC speaker or a water bottle. The bottom gives a little branding.
The two opposing sides are full on mesh including the top of the node, allowing heat to escape efficiently.
Underneath, we have access to two Ethernet ports; there is no set designation for which one is for WAN. During setup, the Velop will use whichever port has the modem connection.
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