Netgear Nighthawk X4 AC2350
Packaging for the Nighthawk X4 follows the same design we found with both the R7000 and R8000. Above, we have an image of the router centered on the box, with marketing information below.
The back of the packaging carries additional information about the Nighthawk, along with ideal usage scenarios.
Scope of delivery for the X4 includes the power adapter, Ethernet cable, and reading materials. The antennas for this solution are numbered, and correspond to specific locations in which they should be installed.
The Nighthawk X4 shares its appearance with the R7000, as seen in the image above. The front of the router has a selection of LEDs denoting everything from wireless activity to power and WPS.
The left side of the router (if you're looking at the back) houses the eSATA port, and one of the antenna connections.
Flipping to the other side of the router, we find both of the USB 3.0 ports with yet another antenna connection at the top.
The back of the router itself houses all five of the gigabit ports; the WAN is colored yellow, and the LAN is black. You will also find two more antenna connections, along with the reset and power buttons. In addition, if you are the type that likes to operate their router in a stealth mode, there is a switch to the far left that turns off all LEDs on the router.
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