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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.

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.

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.

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.

$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.

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.

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.
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