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NETGEAR M4100-D12G Intelligent Edge Switch Reviewed

NETGEAR M4100-D12GUpdated - NETGEAR's M4100-D12G switch can do a few tricks, like routing, that other affordable smart switches usually can't perform.

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Cisco SG500-28P Gigabit Stackable Managed Switch Reviewed

ICisco SG500-28PCisco has packed a lot into its Layer 2/3 SG500-28P switch and still kept the price under $1000.

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8 Port Gigabit Switch Roundup

8 Port Gigabit Switch RoundupThere are many reasons to choose one gigabit switch over another. But performance isn't one of them.   Read more...


Gigabit Smart Switch Feature Comparison Table

Gigabit Smart Switch Feature Comparison Table

This chart summarizes key specs and features for the smart switches featured in our $250 Gigabit Smart Switch Roundup and Dell PowerConnect 2708 reviews.

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Dell PowerConnect 2708 Review: A bargain you shouldn't refuse

This switch is a great way to go gigabit and see what a smart switch can do for you.   Read more...


$250 Gigabit Smart Switch Roundup

$250 Gigabit Smart Switch RoundupIf you're going to upgrade your LAN to gigabit, why not step up to the features that a "smart" switch offers? Craig Ellison digs into four examples of the current state of the Level 2 switch art.   Read more...


Netgear FS728TS: Smart Switch for the Masses?

Managed switches have long been a mainstay of corporate networks, but lower prices and Web interfaces are now making them more attractive to SOHO networkers. Tim Higgins looks at a good example of this new breed of switch.   Read more...


QuickView: NETGEAR GS108 ProSafe 8 Port Gigabit Desktop Switch

If you've been looking for a gigabit switch for SOHO use that supports jumbo frames, your search could soon be over. NETGEAR is rolling the feature into this consumer-priced gigabit switch for no extra cost. But getting your hands on upgraded product will be tricky in the short term.   Read more...