On board are 20 GPIOs, USB host, 16MB Flash, 64MB RAM, two Ethernet ports, on-board 802.11n and a USB host port.
I think they are referring more to the GPIOs than ethernet or USB ports when saying "with a ton of I/O to connect to anything".
I'm curious what people would want to use these GPIOs for on a router... does anyone have any real-world projects where they use them? Not just "It would be cool if it it did X", but actual real-world projects.
I'd rather have more ethernet ports on a router so I don't have to VLAN my network.