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D-Link DES-1108 Unmanaged 8-Port 10/100 Desktop Switch
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- Add More Devices and Computers to the Network
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- Delivers up to 200Mbps Throughput per Port in Full-Duplex Mode
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|Data Transfer Rate||10 Megabits Per Second||200 Megabits Per Second||1000 Megabits Per Second||1000 Megabits Per Second|
|Size||Information not provided||8-Port Fast Ethernet||8 Port Desktop||8 Port Desktop|
|Wattage||4.08 Watts||5.2 Watts||4.5 Watts||4 Watts|
|Item Weight||0.6 pounds||1.55 pounds||0.86 pounds||2 pounds|
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This is how a Plug-n-Play component is puposed to work.
It isn't a gigabit ethernet which is what things are drifting towards, but if you don't require bandwidth intensive transfers between computers on your network it perfect for internet sharing as well as file.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I used phone guys guide on the internet to set up my home dsl network. I separated my dsl from my phone using a splitter and set up my phone lines on a grid. Read morePublished on February 3, 2013 by John VanTrees
These switches have a very solid design. Simplicity is key here. They make great for setting up LAN parties. Don't mistake this for a router though. Read morePublished on December 12, 2012 by Draken
I'm a quadriplegic computer geek who likes lots of gadgets. I had a 4-port hub/switch which ran out of available ports. Read morePublished on August 14, 2012 by M. Zingsheim
8 ports is way better than 4 or 5, which is what most inexpensive desktop switches have, for about the same money. Read morePublished on October 11, 2011 by LarryH
Hooked it up to my Apple Airport WI-FI router, attached LAN cables for the rest of the house and done! It's been running flawless for about a month now. No issues, good price.Published on September 26, 2011 by David Philip Feyen
This switch is perfect. It's small in form factor so it can fit in smaller places. I used it to connect up all my hard-lines in the house and placed it inside a media box in the... Read morePublished on September 14, 2011 by Chad
The most difficult part of the installation was removing the clear wrapper from the box. Connect power to the switch, plug in the ethernet cables, and the switch starts moving... Read morePublished on July 27, 2011 by Mark