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Cons: Doesn't work - it should be plug and play, it's a serial cable for G0ds sake. Waiting for them to get back to me and see what magic I need to perform to get it working but as it stands the thing isn't even recognized by Windows 7 (32-bit) so I'm not keeping my hopes up.
Other Thoughts: I emailed them from my account to see what the deal is with this cable. So far it doesn't work.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: TP-Link TL-SF1048 Unmanaged 48-Port Rackmount Switch
Cons: Not gigabit, unmanaged.
Other Thoughts: We put two of these and a 24 port of the same line but the 24 port was gigabit and they've worked out well. No problems so far and we've run them for more than 6 months. The closet is hot, humid, cold, dirty and these switches just perform! 100 Mbs works for out need in an apartment complex that serves Internet and every tenant doesn't need gigabit speed at the moment.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: j5create JUE120 USB 2.0 to RJ45 Ethernet Network Adapter - Add Ethernet to any USB 2.0 compatible PC or Laptop computer - USB to Ethernet - USB 2.0 Adapter - USB 2.0 Ethernet Adapter - USB Network Adapter
Pros: I'm writing a review just to comment on the one review these devices have. They pobably "just work" no matter what the chipset. Their site says they're compatible with:
Microsoft Windows 8/7/Vista/XP
Mac OS X 10.8/10.7/10.6/10.5
Linux Kernel 3.x / 2.6.x
Available USB port (USB 2.0 or 3.0)
Furthermore they have products galore for Mac and if they're Mac compatible they're surely Windows compatible. As for Linux, Linux probably uses a generic enough driver for it to perform.
Cons: None yet
Other Thoughts: I don't own the product, just giving balance to another reviewer who's speculating on whether they work or not because no chipset is listed. I bet if you dig hard enough online you'd be able to find out OR call or email their tech support.READ FULL REVIEW