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Intel® Express 410T Standalone Switch
Page 5 - Conclusion
Author: Dan Podhola (WebMasterP)
Date: January 04, 2002
Category: Hardware
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In conclusion, there is not anything terribly special about this switch. It has not failed on me once in the past 5 months. It is relatively quiet; it is far less annoying than any previous switch I have used or owned.

Again I mention the completeness and care put into Intel's packaging and the switch's semi-managability. The only thing that really hurts this layer 2 switch is the price. You can purchase one for around $465, but if you really don't need the management options and you can spare 1 more RU, you get get a similar Linksys switch for about $180. It is a bit spendy, but you pay for quality.

So, with all things considered...
Final Score

4 out of 5 Weird Blue Faces


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