I understand the Gigabit snobbery but a lot of devices are getting less data hungry with high compression rates. CCTV cams are a great example. Great for dirty little offices that don't care about trunking ports so they can cheap out on structured cabling.
Other day was walking home from the station on phone to a friend. Got to a cross road and noticed on the grass poorly hidden under an old door was around 10+ boxes off this d-link. All sealed, just wet boxes. I ended up picking up 2 boxes, just for the sake off it. Got home opened one. Brand new. I didn't bother going back for the rest. Was a bit of a walk. Funny how these then came to be a deal on here. (y)
I agree with the Gigabit sentiment for future-proofing. However...the vast majority of home internet users will not have a single device that could utilise close to 100Mb/s. This is a good device for networking up, say, a Hue hub, Hive hub, CCTV box, NAS, Samsung TV, A/V Amp.
Not so fast ethernet. Spend a bit more on a gigabit one.
Yes, please do yourself a favour and look for gigabit instead!