New 10/100 Mbps 8 Ports Fast Ethernet LAN Desktop RJ45 Network Switch Hub For Sale

New 10/100 Mbps 8 Ports Fast Ethernet LAN Desktop RJ45 Network Switch Hub
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New 10/100 Mbps 8 Ports Fast Ethernet LAN Desktop RJ45 Network Switch Hub:
$11.49


8 Port Ethernet Switch

10/100 Mbps



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Description:

  • Works great foryour desktop, laptop, router, modem, DSL, xBox, PS2, PS3, ... for internetaccess
  • This item is 8Port 10/100Mbps un-managed switch.
  • Offer 8 port10/100Mbpsauto negotiation port, high integration design, small and exquisite, portable,suit for medium and small office and home network.
  • Using store andforward technology, combined with dynamic memory allocation, ensure allocate toeach port effectively.
  • It'swire speed switching that forwards packets can be as fast as the speed thatyour network delivers those packets to them

***It is works with 110V power and because of that we only send to U.S and Canada***


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