Linksys WRT1900AC Wireless Router
The product packaging for the WRT1900AC carries an image of the router on the front of the box with marketing information below.
Internally, you can see Linksys took an extra step to really boost the user experience.
Scope of delivery includes an Ethernet cable, four antennas, power adapter, and reading materials.
The WRT1900, as you know, carries a similar design to the WRT54G, albeit more modern and sleek.
Here we have two of the four antenna SMA connections placed on the unit.
The back of the router houses four gigabit LAN connections next to the single WAN port. We also have a USB 3.0 port and eSATA/USB port.
Internally, there isn't much to really get a look at. Everything is covered by heat sinks and tucked away.
Here we have the router ready for testing.
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