Summary: This product is so easy to use that apparently the manufacturer believes the instructions can be essentially non-existent. I didn't know how to use it and the user guide was no help. Neither was the website or the installation guide I downloaded. There are ports on the switch labeled 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. It's called a 5-port switch. There's an input for your power cord. Guess what? There is nothing labeled as an input for your Ethernet cable from your router. You know why?
Summary: I've only had it since the beginning of January 2014 but am very pleased with the price and the performance this little Ethernet switch has displayed, I read the reviews and decided to give it a try, so far so good.
Summary: It's a switch and it works. It's also very cheap and I really like the design. The only problem is it's light as a feather. The stiffness of the ethernet cables is keeping it from sitting flat on the desk so I had to tap it down. They could have built the AC adapter into the unit to add some weight to it and save me some space on my power strips.
Summary: Didn't need a high speed switch for an Xbox in another room which would drop connection on occasion much to the chagrin of the house gamers. Ran this in tandem with a Powerline Adapter and now the Xbox no longer drops connection. Seems to be working fine! Plastic, nothing you want to drop or place anything heavy on top of. Instructions are minimal, but switches aren't hard to figure out. Good price! Too bad it wasn't a gigabit one!
Summary: This is a simple network switch. Nothing fancy. I needed something to be able to put a couple of computers networked and it works exactly as expected. does it have tons of features? Of course not. But you cannot go wrong if all you are looking for is an old school switch.