ASUS RT-AC3200 comes in the usual cardboard box along with documentation, removable antennas, power supply unit (19, 2,37 A) and an Ethernet cable. Its top devices ASUS use a recognizable design. ROG gaming notebooks, monitors, accessories and network equipment combine minced familiar lines and wedge-shaped body. Specifically ASUS RT-AC3200 similar to another company’s router, the RT-AC87U. They look almost identical, minimally different body sizes. Easiest way to distinguish one router from another by the number and shape of the antennas, the RT-AC3200 six, two placed at the ends. Otherwise, everything’s the same. On the front face there are some bright indicators, informing about the current state of the router. Day they are very visible and informative, but at night can greatly interfere. It is good that you can turn them off by pressing the large buttons on the front panel. Near it is another button to turn on / off Wi-Fi, and on the opposite side right under the cap hides a USB 3.0 port. Other connectors placed on the rear side. Here you will find USB 2.0 ports, a WAN port, four LAN socket of the power supply, the power key, the WPS and reset. At the bottom there are three rubber feet and holes for wall mounting. Vents are on bottom, side and rear faces of the router.