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TP-Link LS108G 8-Port Desktop/Wallmount Gigabit Ethernet Switch/Hub, Network Splitter, Plug and play £15.98 at Amazon Prime/£20.47 Non Prime
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TP-Link LS108G 8-Port Desktop/Wallmount Gigabit Ethernet Switch/Hub, Network Splitter, Plug and play £15.98 at Amazon Prime/£20.47 Non Prime

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Posted 17th Feb

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The LS108G is fully compatible with networked devices such as computers, printers, webcams, IPTVs. It has a wide range of application scenarios and is suitable for networking in school dormitories, surveillance, homes, and small businesses. 

- Durable Metal Casing 
The interior components of LS108G are protected by high-quality metal casing to ensure a long product life. Having passed an array of stringent reliability tests, LS108G delivers switching performance you can depend on. Its compact size makes it ideal for deployment on desktops or work benches. 

- Go Green with Your Ethernet 
The LiteWave Series also supports energy-efficient technology, helping you save power and money. Power consumption automatically adjusts according to link status and cable length, allowing you to expand your network while minimizing your carbon footprint. Save the planet and lower your energy bills — it’s a win-win!.

Box Contains

8-Port 10/100/1000 Mbps Desktop/Wallmount switch
Power adapter
Installation guide

Features & details

10/100/1000Mbos Auto-Negotiation
RJ45 port supporting Auto-MDI/MDIX
Green Ethernet technology saves power
IEEE 802.3X flow control provides reliable data transfer
Steel housing, desktop or wall-mounting design
Plug and play, no configuration needed
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Oh ffs, a hub that is ‘compatible with computers’ - sounds like the Sirius Cybernetics marketing department, first up against the wall when the revolution came
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Bought this at the weekend. Plug and play. Great build quality.
Oh ffs, a hub that is ‘compatible with computers’ - sounds like the Sirius Cybernetics marketing department, first up against the wall when the revolution came
Bought this yesterday, received today. Great bit of kit. Only couple of quid more then the metal 5 port so no brainer
Pretty certain it's been cheaper but makes no difference..still a decent no no nonsense product at a reasonable price it just sits there doing it's thing year in year out... Hot
IWANTBLUE17/02/2020 22:40

Pretty certain it's been cheaper


bought this for £13.99 in December. Worth setting a Camel alert for £14 if you don't need one today.
IWANTBLUE17/02/2020 22:40

Pretty certain it's been cheaper but makes no difference..still a decent …Pretty certain it's been cheaper but makes no difference..still a decent no no nonsense product at a reasonable price it just sits there doing it's thing year in year out... Hot


You are correct
Good item and price b
jzedward17/02/2020 21:55

Oh ffs, a hub that is ‘compatible with computers’ - sounds like the Sirius …Oh ffs, a hub that is ‘compatible with computers’ - sounds like the Sirius Cybernetics marketing department, first up against the wall when the revolution came



Are you trying to say that this being plug and play is not a big deal? And what the hell is a network splitter?
nacho9918/02/2020 17:49

Good item and price b Are you trying to say that this being plug and play …Good item and price b Are you trying to say that this being plug and play is not a big deal? And what the hell is a network splitter?


Sorry was meant to be a direct post, not a reply to yours... I am highlighting that a hub which is not compatible with computers is no f use to anyone
Got one of these last week ready for the network install. Not powered it up yet, but looks good
Got one last week. Nice and solid, works great. For 16 quid it's great value.
jzedward18/02/2020 18:23

Sorry was meant to be a direct post, not a reply to yours... I am …Sorry was meant to be a direct post, not a reply to yours... I am highlighting that a hub which is not compatible with computers is no f use to anyone


This isn't a hub it's a switch. Hubs are almost obsolete now.
Thanks for posting; we have added this to the Highlights section
Had one of these for years,solid as a rock
Also do similar switch with lifetime warranty TL-SG108S @ £17.99 so went for that instead as liked the idea of lifetime warranty - heat added though as pointed me in right direction
Is this worth the extra £1.50 over the none metal one? amazon.co.uk/dp/…c=1 I prefer the look of the non metal one and I guess both are the exact same in terms of what they do.
Killer_Klient19/02/2020 19:02

Is this worth the extra £1.50 over the none metal one? …Is this worth the extra £1.50 over the none metal one? https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07V5QDJP3/ref=twister_B07VDLMB41?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1 I prefer the look of the non metal one and I guess both are the exact same in terms of what they do.


Just build quality. It's a dumb switch, performance should be the same
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Switch/Hub....so is it a switch or a hub?

What is a "network splitter"?
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