Works well enough. Unless you are specifically buying this ...
6 December 2014
Summary: Works well enough. Unless you are specifically buying this for wireless AC tech not supported by the previous years' models of wireless N, I would stick with the wireless N models. They're cheaper and they work just as well (but without AC)
Summary: I find myself needing more Ethernet ports than the standard 4 on my router. Between Satellite TV, all in one printer, Blu-ray player, and network attached storage I was maxed out. I needed a place to plug in my computers that were not on WiFi and my smart TV.
Summary: I have owned this device for almost 2 years. It has been a worthwhile investing during that time, supplying a full Gigabit connection to my networked devices. I even purchased it 50% off during a sale which made it even better! However, a power outage just bricked the device.
Summary: I use this for my PS3 in my bedroom its simple and elegant looking and I have had zero issues with it after about 6 months of ownership. The wall wart type plug is a little big but I think that's pretty common. I work in IT and have an array of equipment here at my house.
Summary: I have had two of these running for a month, no issues. They have not overheated, caused network errors, made noise, tortured the cat, or otherwise acted out of line. Can't ask for much more from a network switch.
Summary: I don't think I got more lifespan out of this switch than the less expensive ones I had been buying. it does the job but all these switches seem to fail about every 24-36 months in my application.
Summary: Most of my electronics don't have wifi built in, so i did my research and found this to be exactly what I needed in my room to give my wifiless electronics some life. It's small enough to forget about once connected. Get this if you need to extend with wired internet to any room.