Summary: I purchased this Ethernet switch after my roommate and I realized we needed two output cables and we only had one input socket. This switch allowed us to have up to four devices connected by Ethernet and is perfect for LAN parties.
Summary: I bought this to connect to a Netgear 200 mpbs Powerline adapter, so i wouldn't have to constantly unplug the ethernet to swap between the PS4 and PC. With this switch I can play both simultaneously, and my ping and download/upload speeds have remained as consistent as they were when plugged...
Pros: Cheap, I got this for $10. -Plug and Play -No speed decrease
Summary: When you are looking at switches the two big questions I think you need to ask yourself is how many devices will I be using, and how badly/if at all do I need 1000mbps speeds. I got this little guy for ten smackaroones and I couldn't be happier.
Pros: Small Reliable Fast enough for my needs Was really a steal of a price when I got it. I am a currently a college student and in my dorm I only have two Ethernet ports available to me. This is a problem when I have my desktop my laptop my tv my gfs laptop and other things I like to hook up to Ether...
Cons: If any exist it might be that it is limited to 100mbps so if you are lucky enough to have gigabit connection speeds you might want to look elsewhere.
Easy to set-up and works like it's supposed to work.
7 April 2015
Summary: I have a router/modem in one (2Wire) and then the Apple Time Capsule plugged into that which is also a wireless router. I have multiple things plugged into both of those routers and still needed more room for additional devices (TV, DVD player, receiver, etc).
Summary: Pros: Small and Lightweight Sleek Design Fast 4 Ethernet Out Ports Activity and Power Indicator Lights Can Handle up to 200 mbps Energy Saving Cons: Feels a Little on the Cheap Side Only Four Ethernet Out Ports I recently purchased this ethernet switch after my Linksys router that I had configured...