D-Link 5-Port Gigabit Switch (DGS-1005G) For Sale

D-Link 5-Port Gigabit Switch (DGS-1005G)


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D-Link 5-Port Gigabit Switch (DGS-1005G)

The D-link 5-port Gigabit Switch (DGS-1005G) is part of a new series of Green devices using D-Link Green technology. Created with the Small or Home Office (SOHO) user in mind, the DGS-1005G saves energy while reducing heat output, providing you a longer product life without sacrificing operational performance or functionality. Combined with an efficient power adapter that is EnergyStar level V qualified, minimized the use of harmful substances (RoHS compliant) in the device and enclosed in recyclable packaging make this switch truly environmentally friendly.
Brand Name: D-Link
Item model number: DGS-1005G
Hardware Platform: CONSUMER_ELECTRONICS
Item Weight: 1 pounds
Product Dimensions: 5.7 x 1.3 x 4 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H: 5.7 x 1.3 x 4 inches
Color: Black
Power Source: AC
Voltage: 5 volts

  • 5 Gigabit ports
  • D-Link Green technology helps conserve energy when the device is not in use
  • Ideal for Gigabit Ethernet storage and gaming
  • Plug and play installation
  • QoS support provides clear VoIP calls and smooth online gaming



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