If you have a small office or a growing internal network, then the NETGEAR 5-port gigabit Ethernet switch may be of interest to you. And, right now, it is reduced down in price to just $15.99.

With this product, you are going to get access to a total of 5 gigabit ports that can provide fast, wired connections to any device that you may have in your network. You may have a small office that has an array of PCs or Macs. You may have a few laptops here and there as well as desktops. You may just have a gaming room with some consoles in.

Whatever the situation, if you need a reliable wired connection to those machines, then this is the unmanaged switch that you need to be purchasing at this price.

Aside from giving a wired and reliable connection to your devices, the main benefit of this switch is that it’s extremely simple to use and lets you benefit from plug-and-play functionality right out of the box. Once you get your input source in place, you simply need to run Ethernet cables to your access points, machines, gaming consoles, smart TVs, and anything else that you want to be wired, and you are good to go without any intricate technical knowledge being required.

Of course, you also get the added benefit of freeing up your Wi-Fi network bandwidth by ensuring that devices that are capable of having a wired connection actually have one. This is particularly important for media or entertainment-based devices that will benefit the most from a stable connection.

There is no telling how long the 30% discount on this product will last. So, with that in mind, if you know that you would directly benefit from a product of this nature, then head on over to the direct link below to grab it right now. There are no discount codes or coupons required to achieve the advertised price.

Buy: NETGEAR 5-Port Gigabit Ethernet Unmanaged Switch Home Network Hub from Amazon: $15.99 | Original price: $23

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