Packaging follows suit to the last solution and most Synology products. Here we have a brown box with a sticker containing the model number, features, and image of the router.
The scope of delivery includes four antennas, the power adapter, and Ethernet cable.
A quick look at this solution and it does carry over many of the design cues of the RT1900ac. On the front, we have a row of LEDs for status, the wireless bands, and wired ports. Most of the top is vented to allow any heat to escape.
Over on the right side, you will find the WPS and Wi-Fi buttons along with one SMA connection.
On the opposite side, you will find the USB 3.0 port and eject button. Up top another SMA connection.
The front edge houses the full-size SD card port.
On the backside, we have the power button to the far left followed by the reset and power input. Moving on, we have the USB 2.0 port and WAN port in blue. The four yellow ports are LAN exclusively apart from the first which is the secondary WAN port.
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