Amped Wireless Athena R2 Wireless Router
Packaging is dark for the Athena R2, although it does follow Amped Wireless color scheme. The front houses an image of the router with marketing taking over the bottom of the box.
The spine houses a router comparison with the Athena R2, Titan, and Artemis.
The scope of delivery include the detachable antennas, Ethernet cable, and power adapter. There is also reading materials for setting up the router.
Looking at the router, we have a brushed aluminum look with several LEDs and chromed logo in the center.
Along the right side, you will find the USB 3.0 port.
Moving to the back, we find all four SMA connections for the antennas. Adding to this, we have the USB 1.0 port in white, four Gigabit Ethernet and a single WAN next to the LED switch, WPS and reset buttons.
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