Summary: I would recommend this product to increase the # of data ports on your network. Easy setup. Worked well right out of the box. Good price. It even has mounting slots on the back for wall or low voltage wiring cabinet mounting.
Excerpt: The realm of Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) switches for the home and SoHo user has become heavily commoditised. The only area of improvement made over the past 5 years is reducing the power consumption. Don't get me wrong, being Green is important, and for an always-on device the fewer watts the better,...
Works fine. Seems really lightweight and a little cheap
wRx7M "wRx7M", Amazon
22 June 2011
Summary: I have used this for about a month and it has been working fine. I haven't had to powercycle it yet, so that is a good sign. The case is plastic and seems to be a little cheap but if you are not setting things on it or kicking it all day it should be fine. It is a little too light for my liking, as it tends to be affected by the cables positions so it doesn't like to lie flat.
Summary: i was hoping to get the newer v4 all black model since the last 2 reviewers did. my purchase date was 2/26/2011 and i ended up with a v3.22. aside from the case coloring, the differences are: v3 uses Realtek RTL8366 chipset while v4 uses Realtek RTL8367. v4 has lower power consumption than v3 and v4 supports 15K jumbo frame while v3 only supports 9K. good luck.