The product itself is tiny, and takes up less space than most USB hubs, for instance.We can see it has indicator lights for 3G, Network, Wireless and Power, as well as a WPS button.
From the bottom side we find a socket for one of the more useful features, which is of course a USB port. This enables you to plug-in any USB 3G dongle and to share this connection with other people.
The next important side is the one that allows you to plug in a full-sized ethernet cable, surprising for something so small. It also has a micro-USB power port.
On the back of the product is a nice grill to dissipate heat as well as a reset switch.
Taking a closer look at the collection of cables provided, we find they have decided to include a Car Charger, which is rare for most devices so clearly ASUS are making it as easy as possible to use this router while on the move.
They have also included a network cable, but this expected with any router.
Another way to power this device is via 1/2 USB ports (requires 2 unless using a powered USB hub). This is obviously brilliant for using with a laptop ang gives you good flexibility.
ASUS have also provided a mains powered cable, in this case with a two-pin plug.