So I have a question regarding networking on the Vero4k.
As I understand it (could be wrong), the Raspberry pi essentially pipes networking (ethernet prior to RPi3, and ethernet and wireless on RPi3+) through the USB 2 bus, which limits both of those to a max of (100Mbs).
I read that the Vero4k supports wireless AC, and "Fast Ethernet" (is that gigabit?), but still uses a USB2 chipset. Does this mean that the Vero4k networking doesn't use the USB bus? If not, what is the upper limit for the AC transfer rate? I'm in the process of upgrading my home network to AC4500 which is much faster than gigabit, but if it's being capped by circuitry at gigabit network speed, I'd rather stick with wired ethernet.
So what's the max AC transfer speed of the built-in wireless, and why didn't you go with a USB3 chipset incase we wanted to upgrade to higher transfer-rate devices (sata2usb/networking)? Is it basically that even the fastest 4K video bit rates are still well within the gigabit range?