Summary: Simple, cheap router gets basic jobs done. It's not nearly powerful enough for my wii, which is important to note, but for regular internet browsing it works great even with multiple computers hooked up and streaming all at once. (We were able to hook up 4 computers, all playing Youtube at the same time with no problem) We also play skyrim and sims3 which require internet connection.
Summary: Your Internet connection is likely the bottle neck at no more than 10-25Mb (for cable) or 7-15Mb (for DSL). So, why does anyone need more than 100Mb on their switch (forget other's comments about hubs - they don't really exist). You only need 3-4Mb for video (1.5Mb with Silverlight). Well built, fair support, and this switch is half the cost of a 1Gb switch (and not the same at others suggest, see below), this is a best buy.
Summary: This switch is the worst product I have ever purchased from D-link. It worked for a while, then stopped. It would work intermittently, and then quit again. Multiple support calls with D-link's generally great tech support D-Link DES-1005E 5-Port 10/100 Desktop Switch . Incredibly frustrating. This is the second time I've had the same problem with identical switches in two different locations.
Summary: Simple little hard working and sleek switch. I've got this thing tucked in near the base of my tv to give several different pieces of my entertainment center internet connectivity and it blends in beautifully. Even with all the other electronics heating up the area this has never had any overheating issues. I've also used it to network several xbox360's together and to the internet without issue.
Summary: Sometimes you need more connections than you location provides. For example, my location has two ports but I have more computers I work with. Once you get past 2, it's unlikely you can connect enough. This little device was just what I needed - small, not intrusive, and adds just the right amount of additional ports to get my work done.