Linksys Velop Dual Band
Packaging for the Dual-Band solution gets a makeover, removing the pink hues of the original Velop system. We still have the nodes pictured on the front and along the bottom, we have coverage at 4500 sq ft.
Internally, Linksys has once again kept things clean with the Velop. We have each node in its own tray and the power adapters boxed separately to the left.
The spine of the box gives a comparison between both Velop models.
The scope of delivery includes an ethernet cable, power adapter, and node. In the box depending on your kit, you will have a power adapter for each node purchased.
Each node has subtle branding with a simple Linksys logo at the bottom.
The backside houses both ethernet ports with auto sense technology allowing the node to detect if one port is being used for WAN.
On the bottom of the Velop, you will find a power switch and reset button along with default SSID, password and recovery key.
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