Air Live has a little to work on with regards to its packaging. While it is not gaudy or garish, it is drab. On first glance the box for the WN-300R simply looks plain; however, once you get past that you do get some decent information on the router within.
The back of the box shows the features in multiple languages (12 to be exact).
The top of the box shows a basic diagram of where the WN-300R fits into the typical network.
Inside the box is the WN-300R, a quick setup manual, utilities CD-ROM and a power pack. Conspicuously absent is the usual CAT-5 cable found in most other wireless products.
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