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Netgear FS605 5-port 10/100 Switch (£15.99 Ebuyer)

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5y, 6m agoFound 5 years, 6 months ago
3 years warranty
5 x network - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX - RJ-45 - 5
Power adapter - external
OS Required Apple MacOS, Linux, Microsoft Windows
Compliant Standards IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.3i, IEEE 802.3x
Data Transfer Rate 100 Mbps
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#1
it's over 20 quid with delivery. you should really include delivery cost in the overall price..
#2
Sorry it is £20.17, but still not to bad for netgear
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£14.99 delivered from Amazon.
£14.99 delivered from Play.com
£13.84 delivered from ComEuro
IMHO Netgear domestic products are a bit "hit and miss" in terms of quality/design/performance (Virginmedia SuperHub users can testify to this only too well). On the flipside the Netgear Prosafe range tends to be a different matter altogether; as you might imagine, given that the intended purpose, in general, demands higher reliability (though obviously at a price).


Edited By: BargainMad on May 18, 2011 12:31
#4
This is only a 10/100 switch. For not a lot more than this price you can get the GS605 gigabit version.

Or even a TP-Link for £12-99

Linky

You can barely give away 10/100 switches these days!

[Edit: modified to make link work]


Edited By: iandhind on May 18, 2011 12:44
#5
completely agree with iandhind - you might as well get a gigabit switch for a few pounds more. These things last for years so at least then it'll have some longevity. Saying that 100Mb is ok for most uses nowadays (minus video) but it just seems a waste not to go 1 gigabit for a little more.
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iandhind
This is only a 10/100 switch. For not a lot more than this price you can get the GS605 gigabit version.

Indeed, for twice the price you can get 10 times the speed

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