Plexus 5-port Gigabit Switch. £17.49 (Save 30%) + £4.79 P&P = £22.28 Delivered - HotUKDeals
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This is the cheapest five port, (10/100/1000) gigabit switch I can find to allow all those lovely new servers you have all being buying to communicate at full gigabit network card speeds.

Was £24.99
Save £7.50
Now 17.49 + P&P (£4.79)

84 left in stock at time of posting.
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#1
I anyone can find a cheaper one thought please let me know !
#2
Got to add minimum of P&P of £4.79 to this price (super saver) making it a minimum of £22.28 but probably still a good price.
#3
Thanks - updated.
#4
What a missleading title!! Please change.

Should be...

Plexus 5-Port Gigabit Switch - £17.49 + £4.79 P&P @ Ebuyer.com
#5
gary_rip
What a missleading title!! Please change.

Should be...

Plexus 5-Port Gigabit Switch - £17.49 + £4.79 P&P @ Ebuyer.com


Why is this misleading?

A saving of 30% is £7.50. The price associated with the post clearly states exactly how much the item is (£22.28) including postage..
#6
I will never buy another plexus product as long as I have a hole in my ****.

Rated cold *shudder*
#7
th0r0n
I will never buy another plexus product as long as I have a hole in my ****.

Rated cold *shudder*


For the benefit of the reading public - would you care to explain?

I personally havent experienced any problems with them to date.
#8
I bought a power bar that was branded plexus only for it to explode when I plugged it into the wall.
#9
th0r0n
I bought a power bar that was branded plexus only for it to explode when I plugged it into the wall.


Isnt that likely to be a one off defect? Did you try another?
#10
No? What do you think I am? Some sort of masochist?

Isn't that like firing a loaded handgun into your testicles, realising it hurts, and then trying again a second time to make sure?
#11
Well, the two reviews for this product on the Ebuyer website seem to be pleased with the product.

No self destructing switches reported !
#12
jazid;2423896
Why is this misleading?

A saving of 30% is £7.50. The price associated with the post clearly states exactly how much the item is (£22.28) including postage..


Because not all of us view it in the expanded view and so cannot see that price. Also the forum rules say that the price needs to be included in the title, along with the retailer.

And its annoying as i thought it was £7.50 and was well up for buying it!!
#13
gary_rip
Because not all of us view it in the expanded view and so cannot see that price. Also the forum rules say that the price needs to be included in the title, along with the retailer.

And its annoying as i thought it was £7.50 and was well up for buying it!!


Sorry to get your hopes up.

1) I will read the posting rules as I wasnt aware of this.
2) I didnt know there was another view other than detailed.
3) If it was £7.50 I would buy several more myself. But at 17.50 + p&p it is still a good price !

Surely omitting (the all important) price from the HUKD text view is an oversight?
#14
Looks like this deals is on going.
#15
th0r0n
No? What do you think I am? Some sort of masochist?

Isn't that like firing a loaded handgun into your testicles, realising it hurts, and then trying again a second time to make sure?


Absolutely priceless ;-)
#16
Useful information:

You will have to use Cat5e or above cable to get gigabit transfer speeds.

However, if you have 8 wires wired up in your cat5 cable then you should get gigabit network speeds, however
Cat5 cables with only 4 wires wired up will only give you 100mb connectivty,

Further reading on the subject


I'm going to use this on my network so I can set up Microsofts free SyncToy to transfer files to a central remote location (this will eventually be a NAS).

More file copying reading here for those that use Windows Vista Home Premium and want to copy files to a network folder.

"The ability to sync [using Microsoft Sync Center] with network folders is not included in ... Windows Vista Home Premium."

See here for information on how to set up Sync Toy automatically

Looks like SyncToy version 1.4 is the best to use for XP/Vista 32.

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