NETGEAR Nighthawk R7000P
Packaging follows what we have seen from previous mainstream 802.11ac solutions. The right side gives us an indication of internal technologies, while the top left shows the class designation "AC2300".
The spine houses warranty and dimensional information, along with a list of what is included.
The scope of delivery includes three antennas, the power adapter, and ethernet cable.
Taking a look at the R7000P, you may notice it uses the same shell as the original R7000. The top houses NETGEAR branding in the center with a full series of LEDs across the bottom.
Under the front of the router, you will find the USB 3.0 port.
The backside from left to right houses four gigabit Ethernet ports, next to a single WAN in yellow. This is followed up by the USB 2.0 port and power switch and input.
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