Razer Sila Wireless Router
Packaging for the Sila follows the green/black colorway we all know. On the front, we have an image of the router along with branding and mention of their FasTrack technology.
On the backside, we have a few features outlined including FasTrack, DFS and Mesh Technology. Along the bottom, we have a vague product specifications list that doesn't seem to mention the actual performance of each band but rather that it has 2.4 and 5GHz bands.
The scope of delivery gets the full compliments of Razer with power adapter, ethernet cable, and reading materials. We also received the obligatory stickers.
The Sila is perhaps the cleanest 802.11ac platform I have had in my hands. The matte black colorway is fantastic while the router takes advantage of soft-touch plastics and venting around the circumference of the chassis.
On the backside, we have power input along with three ethernets and single WAN to the right we have one USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 in green.
The top of the router offers the Razer logo that doubles as a status indicator during setup.
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