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Packaging and Accessories
On the front of the packaging, we have the blue AC wireless device coloured design box, which is very bright and vibrant which draws real attention to the packaging in my opinion. On the left-hand side, we have the model number as well as some of the features listed at the top and bottom. The packaging also informs us that it comes included with an ADSL 2+ modem for DSL connections. However, make note that it also supports Cable connections.
The rear follows the same blue, vibrant design as the front, with a diagram of the D9 AC1900 router itself detailing different ports on the rear. There is also a more comprehensive list of the D9’s features which include Dual-Band support, dual USB ports which allows you to connect USB hard drives, printers and Gigabit wired ports which provide users with super-fast connections. Note: Ethernet port 4 turns into the WAN port.
Bundled with the TP-Link Archer D9 router, we have the following:
1 x Quick installation guide
1x Installation CD
3 x Antennas
1 x RJ45 Ethernet cable
2 x RJ11 phone line cable
1 x Warranty information leaflet
1 x Power adapter
All in all, quite typical for a wireless router although, with one of such power and expense, I would expect maybe 2 cables at the minimum. How much do they cost to produce? With that being said, the normal procedure is to include one, why change it?