Packaging and a Closer Look
Starting from the top, packaging follows the new TPLink colorway. An image of the router sits centered with marketing below and model number to the left.
The spine of the box offers features, specifications, and package contents.
The back of the box offers a comparison between a "standard" router and the tri-band A20.
Unboxing the kit; we have the router centered power And ethernet cable to the sides.
Looking at the front of the A20, we have a set of LEDs to the left for power, activity, and USB. To the right, we have switches for Wi-Fi APS and LEDs.
The back is all business with USB 3.0, followed by WAN in blue. We then have four LAN in yellow and USB 2.0 in white.
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