TP-Link C5400v2 Wireless Router
Recently TP-Link changed their branding and that included packaging. The new logo can be seen at the top left while we have an image of the router in the center.
The spine houses feature and specifications for the router.
The scope of delivery includes the power adapter, reading materials, and ethernet cable.
Physically, the C5400 hasn't changed between hardware version 1 and 2. We still have eight antennas that are hinged into the router chassis.
The front carries LEDs for power, Wi-Fi, and internet connectivity. To the right, we have buttons to disable Wi-Fi, WPS, and LEDs.
The business side of this platform includes USB 2.0 on the left side followed by WAN in blue and four LAN in yellow. This is concluded with USB 3.0 and power input.
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