The AirStation Extreme AC1750 Gigabit Dual Band WZR-1750DHPD router is the first 802.11ac router on the market that comes preloaded with DD-WRT as its default firmware.
Other than that, the router shares the same design as its predessor.
The router is designed to stand in the vertical position.
But you can switch its detachable stands around to make it stay horizontal, too.
The router has four LAN ports and one WAN port, all of them Gigabit.
It also has one USB 3.0 port and one USB 2.0 port to host printers or storage devices.
On the under side, it has the default networks information printed. Using this information, you can use the router right out of the box. Just plug it into power and connect its WAN (Internet) port to an Intenet source, such has a broadband modem, and you're set!
There's a label containing the same information on one side and the instruction on how to access its Web interface on the other hidden inside the router's chassis. It'll come in handy when you need to setup or re-set the router.
The AOSS button on the front now works as a programmable button. By default it does nothing, but you can make it turn the router on, or eject a storage device plugged into the router's USB port.
With DD-WRT, the WZR-1750DHPD basically offers all you can ask for from a Wi-Fi router.