Arris Surfboard AC1750
Packaging for the SBR-AC1750 shows its Wi-Fi class in the center with an image of the router to the right. Down below we have several lines of marketing information.
The back of the box has a checklist of the device features, to the left a diagram of all the connectivity options for the router.
The scope of delivery is quite simple, with just the router and power adapter included.
The front edge of the Surfboard houses all the LEDs with power, up and downstream internet connectivity and activity lights rounding out.
The back of the router houses the four Gigabit LAN ports while a single USB port has been placed above. Down below, the WAN input sits next to the power supply input.
Here we have the internal PCB for the Surfboard. This router is very similar in components to the Belkin F9K1115v2, an openWRT supported solution, so it is possible this router too could support alternative firmware.
At the heart of this router is the QCA9558 SoC at 720MHz below that DDR2 memory. To the left, we have both the 802.11ac radio at the top in the QCA9880 and below QCA8337 Gigabit Ethernet switch.
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United States: The Arris Surfboard SBR-AC1750 Wireless Router retails for $130 at Amazon.
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