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TP-LINK 5-Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop Switch (TL-SG105) TP-LINK 5-Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop Switch (TL-SG105) available on July 02 2016 from Amazon for 19.24
5.0 out of 5 stars
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When it comes to unmanaged home gigabit ethernet switches, there isn't really much these days that would set one brand apart from another. Gigabit switches pretty much just sit there and do what they are supposed to do without notice, if they are built right. The specs for gigabit switching haven't changed at all over the years, so manufacturers have had to find other ways to set themselves apart. The battlefront these days seems to be who can build switches the smallest, the cheapest or use the least amount of power. TP-Link seems to have settled on the latter, with the release of it's 8 port TL-SG108 gigabit ethernet switch.

So, the question is... Did TP-LINK actually build a switch that uses less power than other models? Yes, they did. Although the tests I conducted were not under sterile, laboratory conditions, they are certainly accurate enough to show that the TP-Link switch uses significantly less power than switches sold just 2-3 years ago. Running idle (no...Read more

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Since no one has written a review on this switch yet, I figured I'd give it a go.It's a really great 8-port managed switch in my opinion. Does everything I want it to do, VLANS, QoS, Port Aggregation, and a lot more. Plus, it's gigabit, and managed, or "Web Smart" as they like to call it. No console, but there is a neat little utility it comes with to configure everything. Also, a neat feature that it has is a "Cable Test." it can diagnose Ethernet cables for you, tell you if they are crossed over, split pair, length to fault, etc... I found out that one of my cables was bad using this feature, which I thought was good and still somehow worked.It runs great. Haven't noticed any issues what so ever, nor any reduction in speed. I've run some network speed tests, and get the same results through the switch as if I connected directly to the server.On mine, all 8 ports are already connected, it's it is pretty much fully loaded most...Read more if (typeof amznJQ != "undefined") { amznJQ.onReady('jQuery', function() { amznJQ.available('popover', function() { var widgetDom = jQuery("#R3I438UTI0QC3T_imageSection_5864ADA0-4031-11E6-9648-705FCC26F617"); var images = widgetDom.find(".review-image-thumbnail"); for (var c=0;c
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     Vine Customer Review of Free Product (What's this?) When it comes to unmanaged home gigabit ethernet switches, there isn't really much these days that would set one brand apart from another. Gigabit switches pretty much just sit there and do what they are supposed to do without notice, if they are built right. The specs for gigabit switching haven't changed at all over the years, so manufacturers have had to find other ways to set themselves apart. The battlefront these days seems to be who can build switches the smallest, the cheapest or use the least amount of power. TP-Link seems to have settled on the latter, with the release of it's 8 port TL-SG108 gigabit ethernet switch.So, the question is... Did TP-LINK actually build a switch that uses less power than other models? Yes, they did. Although the tests I conducted were not under sterile, laboratory conditions, they are certainly accurate enough to show that the TP-Link switch uses significantly less power than switches sold just 2-3 years ago. Running idle (no...Read more
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