In pictures: iiNet's Budii ADSL2+ modem

Lovely packaging conceals an ADSL2+ modem package that's designed for many years of use

It's a comprehensive ADSL2+ modem-router, featuring dual-band Wi-Fi in addition to a seven-port Gigabit Ethernet switch on the back. You can see it also has inputs for your conventional phones, and, in what we think is a very cool feature, it also has a 3.5mm stereo output port. You can attach this router directly to your stereo and listen to streaming Internet radio stations.

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  • Jan

    I'm not to IT clever, as will become evident when you read these queries., but please explain the use for the two cords from the right hand side in this box. I do believe the first from the right is the power charger for the "photo frame" charger. Can this be plugged in anywhere in the house and does not need a computer connection? What is the grey cord, second from the right in the box used for.

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