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Amazon has TP-Link 5 Port Switch TL-SG105 on sale at $12.99
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Yes I would. Netgear is a well known brand because they sell a lot of relatively cheap networking devices. TP-Link isn't as well known, but their quality is a step above, imo.

HOWEVER I do like the layout of the netgear device better - where all the ports and the power input are in the back of the device and the status lights are in the front. The TP-Link has all the ethernet ports and lights in the front of the device - this is good for some situations but I think a lot of home users would prefer the ports to be in the back.
It really doesn't matter. These have lifetime warranties, just make sure you pick the metal ones. The 2nd link in OP's post is the plastic model but there's a metal version too for $2 more with the limited lifetime warranty.
These only have one light per port, I believe it won't indicate the speed of the port, no way of quick visible identification of 10/100/1000

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Would you buy these over the Netgear deals?
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Would you buy these over the Netgear deals?
Metal here vs plastic there. Both reputable brands. Metal one here looks smaller/more durable but probably not a huge issue either way. I've never had one of these cheap unmanaged switches fail. All things equal, I'd probably get the metal one for size/aesthetics
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Would you buy these over the Netgear deals?
It looks better
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Would you buy these over the Netgear deals?
They're simple and cheap devices, I just get whichever one that's cheap and they never fail
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Would you buy these over the Netgear deals?
It really doesn't matter. These have lifetime warranties, just make sure you pick the metal ones. The 2nd link in OP's post is the plastic model but there's a metal version too for $2 more with the limited lifetime warranty.
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Would you buy these over the Netgear deals?
Yes I would. Netgear is a well known brand because they sell a lot of relatively cheap networking devices. TP-Link isn't as well known, but their quality is a step above, imo.

HOWEVER I do like the layout of the netgear device better - where all the ports and the power input are in the back of the device and the status lights are in the front. The TP-Link has all the ethernet ports and lights in the front of the device - this is good for some situations but I think a lot of home users would prefer the ports to be in the back.
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These only have one light per port, I believe it won't indicate the speed of the port, no way of quick visible identification of 10/100/1000
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I'm using this cheaper 5-port gigabit switch, it's been working fine:

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B082LSVVN9/
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I may be missing something but I don't have Prime and I see the same price and coupon....
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Damn, bought it two days ago for $15
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Only other difference I saw was the Netgear says max power consumption is 2.34w vs the TP_link 2.43w.

I'll go Netgear due to LEDs not blocked by the cables and possibly fractionally more energy efficient.
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Might as well say 4 port because that's realistically all it is. Lol. Hate that shit

Wish the 7/8 port was available.
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They're simple and cheap devices, I just get whichever one that's cheap and they never fail
Have 3 of the 5's and one of the 8's at home. Going through a 8 then a 4 and I still speedtest 880/400 on my 1gb/400 connection. Have one that had a port fried in a storm last year. Other 4 ports still work fine. This is solid gear.
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