There are 3 models of the Airconsole 2.0 – Standard, Pro, and XL. The Standard and Pro (this is the one I own) are the same device except that the Pro comes with two Private Server licenses. The XL comes with all the same features as the Pro device but includes a larger battery. I have a license for the private server but have yet to play with that option, if you want to know more about the Private Server option you can find it at the Get-Console website here – Private Server.
The airconsole is made up of three parts – the airconsole device, a usb-RJ45 cable, and a Bluetooth USB dongle. The Bluetooth USB dongle connects to the cable ( that is the white bump in the picture below). In the box you also get a micro-USB charging cable, but that is not pictured here.
The first thing worth mentioning with the Airconsole is that fact that it has an Ethernet port on it. What is this good for? Well, the airconsole is also a WiFi and Bluetooth device that can come in handy for more than just console access.