Summary: Maybe it's because I'm old, but I expected this switch to be about the size of a 4X6 index card. It's actually closer in size to a business card, and just thick enough for the connectors to fit inside the casing. The "wall wart" power supply is actually heavier than the switch itself, which means I can put it just about anywhere I want. It works fine, and has given me no problems at all since I purchased it.
Summary: I purchased this switch about 7 years ago from who knows where? It was used in a business setting running about 16 different devices. It was a solid switch up until about a month ago, when the fan started failing, causing the unit to overheat and connections to fail. Can't complain about a 7 year lifespan. My only "gripe" was that the 24 ports were 10/100Mbps bandwidth, and the two side ports were 10/100/1000Mbps bandwidth.
Summary: The product description states that this is a "24-port 10/100 switch." It's actually better than that. The D-Link DES-1026G has 26 ports, not 24. Twenty-four of the ports are 10/100. There are an additional two 10/100/1000 ports on the right hand side of the front panel. All of the ports provide auto crossover when necessary. The two 10/100/1000 ports can always be used as two extra 10/100 ports.