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161. Netgear WGE101 802.11g Wireless
$122.99 $109.88 list($644.99)
162. Netgear GS108 8-Port 10/100/1000
$240.99 $234.95 list($420.00)
163. Netgear GS116 ProSafe 16-Port
$47.95 list($129.95)
164. Command Communications Comswitch
$158.99 list($159.99)
165. IOGEAR GCS1734 MiniView Extreme
$47.99 $40.99 list($129.99)
166. Lexar Media 512 MB CompactFlash
167. TONER,F/ LJ 1320 HYLD,BK
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168. SanDisk 128 MB TransFlash Memory
169. HP No. 57 Color Ink Cartridge
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170. Netgear FS605 5-Port 10/100 Fast
$41.99 list($87.99)
171. Linksys EZXS88W EtherFast 10/100
$139.99 list($249.99)
172. Factory-Refurbished Brother EHL-5040
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174. Panasonic KX-FA84 Fax Drum
175. SANDISK SDCFX-1024-7 Sandisk 1GB
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176. Viewsonic G220FB 21" CRT Monitor
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177. Pexagon MD2GBBP Microdrive, 2GB,
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178. Adaptec USB 2.0/1394 Combo Card
179. Kingston 1 GB CompactFlash Card
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180. PalmOne m130 Handheld

161. Netgear WGE101 802.11g Wireless Ethernet Bridge (WGE101NA)

our price: $76.94
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Asin: B0000A0VBK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 2005
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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  • Blanket coverage – none of the dead spots that other 802.11 devices might have
  • Detachable antenna – gain better range and signal flexibility by positioning the antenna where you would like
  • Multiple device recognition – connect to a switch and attach many devices to your WGE101
  • Compatible with Windows® 98, Me, 2000, XP

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Decent speeds in mixed mode
I already own the WGT 624 that goes b/g/super-g, and my laptop was just b, but I bought for the future when I got a g-bridge (mainly for my xbox).

With the router setup as b and g, I got throughput speeds of 2.5 megabytes a second from a different floor of the house from bridge to router, which is about 20Mbps.

I've always bought netgear products and I like the whole slick-silver design, and the ability to stack the units on top of each other. I already own the FS608 and could stack the bridge ontop of that.

My only problems with the router was how to add it to the access list. I figured out that you do NOT add the bridge's mac address, but instead any device that connects through the bridge to the router... so if you have 15 computers being bridged to the router, you have to add all 15 mac addresses to the router... that sounds like somewhat of a pain, but if you think about it, your network is that much more secure...

The reason I say that is, suppose you had a bridge connecting to an accesspoint to further spread signals within your network... well by having to add every mac address that goes through the bridge, you are individually authorizing everyone, instead of just allowing the bridge itself.

Anyways... I feel it's a good product and will continue to buy from netgear.

5-0 out of 5 stars Works great with the Netgear WGT624
I just picked up the WGE101 from, it works great. DIdn't have a difficult time setting it up, everything went smoothly.

1-0 out of 5 stars Didn't work for me
This product didn't work for me. It refuses to communicate with my Linksys 802.11g Access Point/Router box. According to press reports other people have seen the same problem and the Netgear firmware in the WGE101 box seems to be at fault. What's odd is a Netgear 802.11g USB adapter works fine with the Linksys access point.

The Netgear bridge did work with the Netgear WGR614 access point, but I had to stop using the Netgear access point because it locked up every few days for some unknown reason.

Given my experiences with the WGE101 and WGR614 boxes, I think Netgear isn't up to speed yet on 802.11g technology.

1-0 out of 5 stars Not useful for longer distance links
I am quite disappointed about the product.

I run a 5 mile link with two large external antennas with an old Orinoco AP-1000 and a Avaya PCMCIA client since over a year. It offers a stable performance and around 4 MBit/s on the application level (e.g. ftp) - this ist what you can expect from a 802.11b device. The link has about 10dB margin.

I tried to replace the PCMCIA client through the WGE101. After a lot of configuration trials I found out that Netgears algorithm that generates WEP keys from a passphrase is different from that of other manufacturers (Proxim/Orinoco and D-Link use compatible ones), and after filling in the right key the link worked basically. It has the same 10dB margin (tested with an attenuator), but the throughput is ridiculous - about 500 kbit/s downstream and 80 kbit/s (!!) upstream.

The signal strength of the WGE101 at the AP is even higher than that of the PCMCIA card; nevertheless the AP monitors a lot of FCS errors. Either the transmitted signal modulation quality of the WGE101 is so much inferior to the Avaya card, or there is a protocol incompatibility. The WGE101 displays RSSI of "39...56 %" (whatever this may mean in true dBm - it should be around -91...-81 dBm), always with a "green" bar, depending upon the extra attenuation.

There is nearly nothing to tune or to monitor on the WGE101, you don't see error rates or even the used data rate. No chance to e.g. lock the rate to 5.5 or 2 Mb/s. Nice for dumb users in simple cases but annoying otherwise. Though I managed to come through to the 2nd level support at Netgear they couldn't help me while being friendly.

Maybe the box works well for short indoor links. But do not use it for serious applications. Conclusion: if you buy trash you get trash...

5-0 out of 5 stars Works as advertised w/ minimum fuss
Basically, just worked as advertised. Connected to D-LINK 624 (802.11g) on wireless side and small 10/100 switch on the other.

Full 128 bit WEP encryption is in place and works splendidly, with no noticable impact on performance.

DHCP services provided by router accross bridge to multiple PC's on wired network w/out issue.

This device is able to serve as a DHCP client as well, making network configuration pretty easy. Because of the IP range I use, I did have to set the network configuration while connected only to a single PC, then power down and attach to network. Once configuration was complete, however, fired right up and got itself and IP and was off and running.

Overall, very pleased. Good purchase for a good price. ... Read more

162. Netgear GS108 8-Port 10/100/1000 Copper Gigabit Ethernet Switch
list price: $644.99
our price: $122.99
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Asin: B00006RVPW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 6531
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • High-speed, auto-switching 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet connection
  • Up to 2000 Mbps on each port
  • Integrates 10, 100, and 1000 Mbps within a network
  • Provides Auto Uplink functionality on all 8 RJ-45 ports
  • Supports PC or Macintosh operating systems

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Gigabit made simple
This switch is exactly what I expected it to be: solid. Just like the other Netgear equipment I've used, the GS108 is completely hassle-free. My whole house was literally wired for gigabit Ethernet in no more time than it took to plug in the cables. I took it out of the box, plugged in the power cord, and plugged in connections (including a router and the patch cables to the rooms in my home), and went about my networking. It's completely idiot-proof, since all 8 ports automatically detect connection speed and uplink/downlink (meaning that no special cables are needed to hook up additional switches or routers). Plus, the indicator lights show which ports are in use, and at what speeds (10Mb, 100Mb, or 1Gb).

The form factor is great, too: At about 9 inches wide by 4 inches deep by 1 inch thick, it's small enough that I was easily able to place it inside the structured wiring panel, and so light that a little heavy velcro holds it fast. Plus, it doesn't put out a lot of heat; even with the door to the panel closed, it feels warm but never hot to the touch. ... Read more

163. Netgear GS116 ProSafe 16-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch
list price: $420.00
our price: $240.99
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Asin: B00023DRLO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 15579
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Product Description

ProSafe 16 Port Gigabit Desktop Switch ... Read more


  • Space-saving desktop dimensions
  • High-speed, auto-switching 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet connection
  • Integrates your network's 10, 100, and 1000 Mbps devices
  • Delivers up to 2000 Mbps on each port, silently and efficiently
  • Honors Layer-2 802.1p traffic priority tags

164. Command Communications Comswitch 5500 3-Port Phone/Fax Modem Line Sharing Device
list price: $129.95
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Asin: B00004Z7H5
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Command Communications
Sales Rank: 4614
Average Customer Review: 3.75 out of 5 stars
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Reviews (4)

1-0 out of 5 stars A waste of money
Most new dedicated fax machines will direct a call to itself or to the phone/answering machine. EVERY answering machine will let you plug the phone into it to take a call. A waste of money for anyone who doesn't have an ancient fax machine they don't want to upgrade.

5-0 out of 5 stars An ingenious device!
This device works perfectly! It has many features and modes of operation but here is how I set mine up for basic use: I connect my incoming phone line to the input port, my answering maching w/phone to the TAD port, and my fax machine to the fax port. When a call comes in the Comswitch "picks up" the call on the first ring and listens momentarily for a fax tone. If there is a tone it immediately switches the call to the fax machine and then transmission begins, if it is a voice call it immediately switches to my anwering maching which then begins ringing, working as it usually does with any incoming call. For my answering machine connection, the only difference from before the Comswitch is that there is one addtional ring before the call actually starts to ring on the anwering machine. However, all of this is invisible to the caller. It also is supposed to work with voice mail systems too.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great device.
I've got a Canon D680 Fax/Printer on a dedicated phone line. I wanted to utilize this underused phone number as an "info line" for my business with an out-going message on an answering machine. Even though the Canon has some setting for a tel/fax, I was unable to get the answering machine to work with the Canon by direcly connecting the two. Furthermore the Canon instructions said something about you needing to make your outgoing message very short, which I don't want to do.

Enter the ComSwitch 5500.

Plug your hot phone line into the back of the 5500, plug in your answering machine, plug in your fax machine, plug the power into the wall and presto --- it worked perfectly immediately without any tweeking!

Every call routes automatically & correctly to either my fax machine OR to my phone answering machine. The caller can't really discern any switching going on. It's very impressive, and quick.

It comes preprogrammed. If you need to make some changes to it the instructions talk about this but since I didn't need to I didn't even bother reading the instructions.

I recommend the ComSwitch 5500.

4-0 out of 5 stars A good device that fulfills a necessary function
If you don't want to pay for a separate phone line dedicated to your fax machine, this is an excellent solution. It separates out fax calls from voice calls and routes each type to the appropriate device. All you have to do is plug it into your phone line and them plug the fax machine and telephone into their separate ports in the Comswitch. This item is also nicely priced at $... and is probably tax-deductible if you're using it for business. A cimple and elegant solution. ... Read more

165. IOGEAR GCS1734 MiniView Extreme Multimedia KVMP Switch with Cables
list price: $159.99
our price: $158.99
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Asin: B0000V3OKM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: IOGEAR
Sales Rank: 21631
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

IOGEAR’s new MiniView™ Extreme Multimedia KVM and Peripheral Sharing Switch brings extra value to conventional KVM switches by offering USB peripheral ... Read more


  • Compact design for easy placement
  • Eliminates need for multiple monitors, keyboards, mice, and peripheral devices
  • Multi functional switch allows 4 USB or PS/2 computers to share 1 USB console and 2 USB peripheral devices
  • Superior video quality,supports resolutions up to 2048 x 1536
  • Easy installation: no software required, hot swappable

Reviews (9)

4-0 out of 5 stars Attractive unit, works great.
This switch is a good looking, solidly built device. The plastic is accurately joined and has a sort of metallic semi-gloss finish that allows it to blend in gracefully on a desk next to fancy flat screen monitors and flashy keyboards and mice.

The proprietary cabling that it comes with is well made. It has color coded speaker and microphone jacks on each end with caps that are attached to the cord with a short tether. This is a nice touch that prevents the caps from becoming lost when the cables are plugged in.

Since I got this switch, I moved away from PS/2 entirely and now I run 3 computers via USB only. It took about 30 seconds for my Windows 2000 machine to recognize the device and then the keyboard and mouse attached to it. The Windows XP computers took considerably longer, about 2 minutes.

Once everything is recognized, switching between the computers is very fast, and takes about 2 to 3 seconds, depending on how fast you can press the button corresponding to the computer you want to use.

Unlike some of the other reviewers, I have had no problems getting my USB keyboard to work properly. My Logitech keyboard has all sorts of fancy buttons and features I rarely use, such as an additional scroll wheel, media control buttons, "internet" buttons, and so forth. These work perfectly, and indeed no differently than when I had the keyboard hooked up via a PS/2 adapter on my old KVM switch.

My only other complaint is that they provide a base that gives the illusion of being able to make the product stand upright, but with the weight of the attached cables and the fact that the console ports are on the front, this really does not work very well. Even if you do manage to prevent it from tipping over, you have all these cables in midair and there is nothing provided to help keep them out of the way. I find the unit works best when laid flat.

The device is functionally excellent, and looks great. After getting it all unpacked, and seeing how it is well made and how it comes with everything you need, it doesn't seem so bad that it cost $160. The delay for Windows XP and the under-engineered base keep this product from earning 5 stars.

4-0 out of 5 stars Will work with docking station if using PS/2 cable.
To reiterate the comment by "D" below, this device indeed does not work with my docking station using the included USB cables, but I ordered the PS/2 cable and it does work (manufacturer part #G2L5302P).

4-0 out of 5 stars Great quality video and audio with multiple OS
I just upgraded from an old PS/2 Belkin Omniview from about 1998. What a difference! Video quality is much better, as I'd expect - no more ghosting. I'm running RedHat Linux on Dell, Windows XP on Dell, and Mac OS X (Mac Mini) with no issues. I don't use the "shortcut" keys on my keyboard so I'm not concerned if they don't work.

1-0 out of 5 stars NOT with port replicators or docking stations!
Though not mentioned anywhere on the IOGEAR website, this KVM switch is useless if one of your computers is attached to a port replicator or docking station. The device will simply not be recognized by the USB port. When I contacted the tech support line, they told me that it they do not support port replicators or docking stations though their website does not say so. Even then, there is absolutely nothing they can do for you except tell you to bypass the docking station.

5-0 out of 5 stars Unlike some here, I'm very pleased
I have half a dozen computers in my office and have tried out (and spent a lot of money on) a variety of KVM solutions. This device, which I've used for several months now to control four computers, is my favorite; let me tell you why.

-- I prefer to use a wireless keyboard, and I've found that "hotkey" KVMs have real problems with some wireless keyboard, often requiring multiple attempts to get it to register.

-- I'm a fast touch-typist, yet I don't find "ScrollLock-ScrollLock-<#>" or "Ctrl-Alt-<#>" to be any faster or more convenient than simply reaching over to punch a button. Your mileage may vary.

-- Video switching speed is a lot faster than, say, the Belkin KVM+audio (F1DL102P) I'm using right now for two of my computers. The Belkin also causes a audible 'pop' on my speakers each time I switch.

-- The extra USB ports have made it easy to share USB devices among the four computers hooked up to the IOGEAR.

The only (momentary) problem that I've ever encountered with this IOGEAR KVM is when I switched to a Gyration wireless keyboard+mouse. The Gyration wireless receiver has a single USB connector instead of a PS/2 pair, and plugging that into either of the IOGEAR's front USB ports (keyboard or mouse) didn't work. However, I quickly discovered that plugging it into one of the IOGEAR's general USB ports in back worked just fine and actually has a benefit: when I run down the rechargeable batteries in the Gyration mouse, I just put that mouse back in its cradle and plug a USB mouse into the IOGEAR's front USB mouse port and keep working.

In short, I like this a lot. In fact, I came here to Amazon tonight to see if there was a two-connector version, so I can replace the Belkin. Turns out there is, and I'm ordering it. But I thought I'd write this review first. ..bruce.. ... Read more

166. Lexar Media 512 MB CompactFlash 4X (CF512-231)
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B00007AKBB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Lexar Media
Sales Rank: 998
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  • Allows you to capture photos while processing others.
  • Digital Film designed for the Professional Photographer
  • Solid State Design provides the ultimate in reliability
  • Speed Rated product provides faster transfer rates
  • 100% Camera comapatibilty guarantee

167. TONER,F/ LJ 1320 HYLD,BK

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Asin: B00061RWR2
Catlog: Office Product
Sales Rank: 2742
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168. SanDisk 128 MB TransFlash Memory Card

our price: $24.12
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Asin: B0002JC36I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 541
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  • Combines the space-saving benefit of embedded flash memory with the flexibility of removable flash storage cards
  • 128 MB capacity
  • Works in all TransFlash-enabled devices
  • SecureDigital (SD) adapter included
  • Measures 11 x 15 x 1 mm (W x H x D)

169. HP No. 57 Color Ink Cartridge (C6657A)

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Asin: B0000A33BI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 1239
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  • For HP DeskJet 450c and 5550, PhotoSmart 7150, 7350, and 7550 series printers
  • Also works with PSC 2110 and 2210 multifunctions
  • Expected yield of 390 pages based on 15% coverage
  • Water, fade, and smudge resistant
  • Creates sharp, high-color images on plain and photo papers

170. Netgear FS605 5-Port 10/100 Fast Ethernet Switch
list price: $59.00
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00006B9H8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Netgear
Sales Rank: 1161
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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The Netgear FS605 is a powerful plug-and-play switch that connects at 10 or 100 Mbps and makes it easy to link as many as five computers or peripherals to your Ethernet network. You'll experience maximum performance for 10/100 Mbps devices with five ports that automatically sense the correct speed, and Netgear's Auto Uplink feature adjusts for different types of Ethernet cables. The FS605's sleek case has lights on the front for easy monitoring. Installation into your home network couldn't be simpler and, once connected and turned on, it begins cool and silent operation--without an internal fan. ... Read more


  • Plug and Play installation, no configuration
  • Auto-detects speed and duplex
  • Auto Uplink makes the right connection
  • 100 Mbps access/200 Mbps in full-duplex
  • Vertical option saves space on your desk

Reviews (8)

1-0 out of 5 stars Inefficient power supply
Switch is fine, but power supply is the least efficient I've ever seen, producing 6 watts out with 23 watts in. There's no excuse for 26% power supply efficiency, when an 80% efficient design costs nearly the same. This power supply will add about $3/month to your electric bill.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great value, great switch
This is a great switch, I use it to share my ADSL, it was just plug an play, no fuss, in three minutes I was running three computers, its also very compact and nice looking, the silver finish is better looking than Lynksys and Dlink. Well worth the price.

1-0 out of 5 stars Their products have no warranty
Contrary to their claims, their products have no warranty at all (unless you pay for it). I have a 2 year old gateway router that had a 5 year warranty that stopped working one day so I called their tech support. The tech support person told me that since the product is over 90 days old and they do not manufacture it anymore, then I would have to contact their pay tech support line to get an RMA. If they are able to fix the problem over the phone line, then they will charge me, otherwise they will offer me an RMA number for a return. So basically you have to pay to use their warranty. A friend who is a lawyer is currently handling this situation.

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice Switch
Its a basic but reliable, non-managed switch. Great when you need a simple solution with a good brand name.

5-0 out of 5 stars works well, runs a little warm
This switch is as advertised. It works out of the box, without any problems, setups, uplink switches, or anything else. Just plug and play.

Silent, fan-less operation. However, it does get a bit warm to the touch. If fully loaded (using all ports at high volumes of traffic) and running in warmer room, overheating may become an issue. Even so, I'll take that possibility over yet another noisy fan in my office. ... Read more

171. Linksys EZXS88W EtherFast 10/100 8-Port Workgroup Switch
list price: $87.99
our price: $41.99
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Asin: B00003006K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Linksys
Sales Rank: 1773
Average Customer Review: 4.12 out of 5 stars
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The EtherFast 8-Port 10/100 Workgroup Switch is a quick and easy way to boost your network's performance while migrating to the power of Fast Ethernet. With support for half- and full-duplex speeds, the switch allows your network to run at 10 Mbps, 20 Mbps, 100 Mbps and an incredible 200 Mbps.

The 8-Port Workgroup Switch is designed to meet the needs of small-business and home networks. The eight-port rack-mountable switch is great for enterprise and medium-size business use. ... Read more


  • 8-port 10/100 dual-speed per-port
  • Perfect for optimizing 10BaseT and 100BaseTX hardware on the same network
  • Reach speeds of up to 200 Mbps in full-duplex operation
  • Eliminate bandwidth constraints and clear up bottlenecks
  • NWAY technology detects cabling type, speed, and duplex operation

Reviews (24)

5-0 out of 5 stars Cisco to the rescue
Cisco bought Linksys a while back -- smart move! Can't get any easier -- works great, while it is smaller than the Linksys router, it still sits nicely on top, although feet pattern does not match.

4-0 out of 5 stars Watch out for size difference
I bought this switch because I trust the brand and also because I thought it would stack well with my Linksys BEFW11S4 wireless router (which I've run out of ports on). However, when I received the EZXS88W, it was smaller than in the technical description given by Amazon (which is actually the size of the box, not the switch itself). Because it is about an inch and a quarter narrower than my Linksys router, it does not sit nicely on top or underneath. I know that it's only a small complaint (otherwise the switch is terrific), but I just wanted to let potential buyers know about the possible size difference, especially if one is buying it specifically because it will interface nicely with a previous Linksys purchase.

5-0 out of 5 stars Flawless switch in continuous use for 2 years
I have two of these switches in my network, never turned off connected to Compaq servers.

Not one issue. I see why Cisco purchased this company.

4-0 out of 5 stars Cheap, fast, but beware premature port death
I've been buying Linksys equipment for a few years now and it's all good stuff, at very affordable prices. I've had no complaints with any of their equipment so far, except for one.

I have found (and so have a few of my tech buddies and Network Admins I know) that Linksys hubs and switches tend to have problems with ports going dead or becoming unusable after only about a year of use. That is, one or more of the ports will die within a year's time (or shortly following the warranty period -- this is especially true of the 5-port switches).

This premature port failure is not limited to just the hubs and switches. I've also had 2 DSL/Cable modem routers with 4 port switches exhibit the same problem (in one case, ALL the ports died except for the cable/DSL port).

My suggestion is to buy more ports than you need so that you can still use the hub/switch after some ports go bad. That's why I am buying an 8-port switch even though it's replacing a 5-port switch where 2 of the ports are now dead.

Why 4 stars? Because if you know about the port death syndrome and buy more ports than you need, it's STILL a great deal for the money...

5-0 out of 5 stars Slam Dunk
It is as easy as others say - I added it to my DSL system in less time than it took to read the (sparse) instruction manual.
Plug in, turn on. Done
The manual devotes a whole page to CAT5 cable construction but does not say which type (straight or crossover) to use between the EZXS88 and the DSL modem. (Its straight, as are the cables between the EZXS88 and the computers). ... Read more

172. Factory-Refurbished Brother EHL-5040 Laser Printer
list price: $249.99
our price: $139.99
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Asin: B0007ZHBAA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother
Sales Rank: 7570
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Product Description

The Affordable High-Performance Printer Winner of PC World's World Class Award and PC Magazine's Editor's Choice Award, the affordable HL-5040 laser printer is the ideal printer for your office at work or your office at home. It features a fast print speed at up to 17 ppm, PCL 6 emulation, high-quality output, and excellent performance.It also features 8 MB standard memory, graphics-quality HQ1200 print resolution (up to 2,400 x 600 dpi), a convenient, 250-sheet paper tray, and PC and Mac compatibility. To grow with your needs, the printer offers the option of adding memory (136 MB via optional 100-pin DIMM), 10/100 BaseT Ethernet print server network connectivity, and a second, lower paper tray. ... Read more


  • USB 2.0 and parallel interfaces; PC and Mac compatible
  • 2,400 x 600 dpi resolution with HQ1200 technology; factory-refurbished to like-new condition
  • Up to 17 pages per minute print speed
  • 8 MB memory, upgradeable to 136 MB; 250-sheet universal paper cassette
  • Supports optional 10BaseT external Ethernet print server


our price: $215.99
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Asin: B000078WX3
Catlog: CE
Sales Rank: 6517
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174. Panasonic KX-FA84 Fax Drum
list price: $99.99
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Asin: B00009960N
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Panasonic
Sales Rank: 16519
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175. SANDISK SDCFX-1024-7 Sandisk 1GB Extreme Cf Card

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Asin: B00019P5XC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: SanDisk
Sales Rank: 6240
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176. Viewsonic G220FB 21" CRT Monitor

our price: $479.99
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Asin: B000071W9A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: View Sonic
Sales Rank: 5053
Average Customer Review: 3.91 out of 5 stars
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The G220FB PerfectFlat CRT monitor from ViewSonic delivers big, 21-inch performance(20 inches viewable) for demanding CAD/CAM designers, graphic designers, gamers, and corporate professionals. With an ultra-fine 0.21 mm horizontal (0.25 mm diagonal) dot pitch, this monitor renders brilliant, precise edge-to-edge images with sharp focus and crisp text. Its absolutely flat screen provides realistically proportioned, precise images with reduced reflections, while SuperClear screen technology enhances brightness and color fidelity.

The monitor displays a maximum resolution of 2,048 x 1,536 at 68 Hz, with 1,600 x 1,200 recommended at 87 Hz for flicker-free viewing. OnView controls let you make image adjustments through simple onscreen commands, and ViewMatch technology grants easy color temperature and intensity adjustments for optimal screen-to-print color matching.

The ARAG anti-reflection, anti-glare screen treatment maintains the highest image quality, while its USB hub-compatible base design allows easy integration of an optional USB hub for convenient peripheral connections. TCO and Energy Star certifications ensure that this monitor complies with the world's strictest standards for low radiation, safety, ergonomics, recycling, and power management while saving costs through automatic power-saving modes. Overall, this large-screen CRT monitor is ideal for pre-press, imaging, desktop publishing, and graphic-design applications.

What's in the Box
Monitor, power cord, 15-pin monitor cable, installation and driver CD-ROM with instructions, warranty information ... Read more


  • 2,048 x 1,536 maximum resolution at 68 Hz, 0.25 mm diagonal pitch
  • PerfectFlat screen reduces reflections, provides precise images
  • ViewMatch technology for optimal screen-to-print color matching
  • SuperClear screen technology for vivid colors and image clarity
  • PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Very happy with this monitor!
I'm quite picky when it comes to buying elections (especially computer components). I did a lot of research and it kept leading back to this monitor. Perfectly flat screen, .25mm dot pitch across the entire screen, fast refresh rates at high resolutions, not to mention it's a shadow mask monitor so none of those pesky lines at the top and bottom of the screen that apperture grille monitors have. I upgraded from a generic 17" monitor I had been using for about 5 years so purchasing this monitor made a huge difference in games (very immersive). After seeing and using the monitor, I would easily recommend it to anyone. It's Sony-level performance without the Sony price. ...!

5-0 out of 5 stars Ultimate Gamers or Graphics/Text Biz Monitor!!!
Huge in size-but incredible performance.Easy to set up-clarity,brightness,color,high refresh rates & high resolutions-with right graphics cards untouchable yet-inexpensive 4 size &quality of display.None of problems apperture grill monitors have -no lines & uniformity of picture.Have 2 Viewsonic P815-4 monitors about 4+ years also 21" monitors-still work great dispite almost constant use 24/7 never had a problem+ they have topnotch support 4 CRT's -all fudge on flat panels&pixel problems.In Short 20" flat panel or trinitron Crt cost more {LCD over 2x}-&will not perform as well despite hype.This monitor is a bargain-blows away my older 21's at less than 1/3 the price.Amazed that no one has posted a review!! Bought 2-For less then price of 1 LCD. P.S. Also LOOK GREAT in BLACK!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Better than AG
First I bought a Samsung 1100DF (21") it had nice specs .20 mm dot pitch, but the picture was not acceptable: it was dark and blurry, so I returned it back to Amazon.
Next, (figuring that I need to spend more to get an acceptable 21" CRT) I got a NEC-Mitsubishi MultiSync FP2141SB-BK 22", this one had those annoying AG lines and the picture was distorted. It also had a poor focus in the corners and a useless "superbright" mode which just dulls and blurs the picture IMHO. Supposedly this is one of the best AG monitors out there.
Then I thought: seems like I have to cash out for an LCD since I cannot find an acceptable 21" CRT. Well, in order to get one of these with the same viewable (20"), you have to spend at least 900 'rubles'. So I decided to give the G220f a chance. Well, let me tell you I am finished buying. This is as good as it needs to be. It's sharp, clear, and bright enough, and NO AG lines (being it's not an AG monitor of course)
Right now I have it running at 1600x1200@ 85 Hz. And I am happy with the picture. Had to do some geometric adjustments first to straighten the corners, but that's OK.

If you read one of the reviews below, a user complains that his is grainy. Well perhaps it's grainy if the he has it set at 800x600, in that case he should have bough a 14" or a 13" dumb terminal screen with that cool green text, nice and sharp at his preferred resolution. It would be ridiculous to buy this size display and then low ball the resolution.

Anyway, until LCD's are as fast as CRT's and have comparable price tags, I recommend this thing to anyone looking for a large display. Be you an editor, a gamer, a grapher or a lamer, you cannot go wrong here.

One thing I would change is the fact that the monitor cable is hard wired to the monitor. However, in the unlikely event that any part of the cable goes, I will have no inhibition of popping out the guts and re-soldering (but that's just me).

5-0 out of 5 stars Couldn't ask for a better monitor
I had honestly never heard of View Sonic before I went comparison shopping for a new monitor. This model came up from time to time, and even though it's a little pricey, I decided to go for it. I have no regrets and plenty of praise. The resolution is marvelous and it was so easy to set up. This is a value at any price!

5-0 out of 5 stars great monitor and great service
When I first received my monitor, the black level saturation was extremely poor. I did this by comparing the monitor with another older monitor that I have. Called up tech support and after exchanging a few emails later, I got my RMA number. I shipped out my monitor as soon as I received my Fedex shipping label and a week later, I received a new monitor from Viewsonic. Sure enough, the new monitor has really good black level saturation and the colors are really good. Right now, I am really happy with my monitor and the tech support has been really excellent in my case. ... Read more

177. Pexagon MD2GBBP Microdrive, 2GB, Hitachi, Blister

our price: $107.99
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Asin: B0006ZSUHY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Pexagon
Sales Rank: 7652
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

High-capacity storage for handheld digital products at an affordable price

  • High-capacity, removable storage of up to 2GB in a one-inch hard drive
  • Industry standard CF+ Type II format and compatible with PC Card Type II using an adapter
  • Reliable storage for data, photos, music, and videos from digital cameras, PDAs, handheld PCs, MP3 digital audio players, laptops and other portable handheld devices
  • Incorporates leading-edge Hitachi technologies such as giant magnetoresistive (GMR) head technology, Femto sliders, load/ unload features, Enhanced Adaptive Battery Live Extender, and True Track servo for maximum capacity, performance and reliability

It’s a fact: in the world of storage capacity, bigger is better. But when it comes to portability, small and light is the way to go. Hitachi’s new Microdrive 3K4 digital media marries its go-anywhere size to 2GB’s of record-it-all storage.

No bigger than a matchbook and just as light, the Microdrive will fit 75 hours of high-quality music into the change pocket of your jeans. Or swap out all those songs for a DVD movie. At 2GB, it’s four times bigger than its predecessor and much more economical than standard flash memory. More capacity means more photos, more music, more data, more possibilities.

Miniaturization leadership

2GB on a single one-inch disk, Hitachi’s new Microdrive 3K4 provides cost-effective personal storage. Weighing just over half an ounce (16 grams) and about the size of a matchbook, Hitachi’s Microdrive continues to reign as the world’s smallest hard disk drive.

This new drive uses ultra-miniaturized components, including Hitachi’s femto slider technology which enables higher capacities and better power efficiency.

Performance, portability and value

With a maximum sustained data rate of over 7MB/sec, Hitachi’s 2GB Microdrive is the ... Read more

Reviews (1)

4-0 out of 5 stars Super fast and affordable
i just got one of these for my Nikon D70. It costs the same as a one gigabyte compact flash card. It doesn't have quite as fast of a write speed but it does fine for the 3 pictures per second on the nikon d70. ... Read more

178. Adaptec USB 2.0/1394 Combo Card PCI 3-Port USB 2.0 & 2-Port Firewire MAC/PC (1923200)
list price: $129.99
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Asin: B000062STR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Adaptec
Sales Rank: 1740
Average Customer Review: 3.56 out of 5 stars
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  • 4-port USB 2.0 and 3-port FireWire combination card for PCs and Macs
  • Includes MGI VideoWave 4 SE for editing your digital video
  • Includes Sonic MyDVD 3 for creating DVD, VideoCD, or DVD-on-CD discs
  • Supplies sufficient power for several FireWire devices preventing system lockups, crashes and potential data loss
  • Connect DV cameras easily with an included 6-pin to 4-pin FireWire cable

Reviews (18)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great product with great tech support back-up.
Let me try to make a long story short.

I bought a Dazzle Firewire card with Ulead software so that I could capture video. I didn't work when I got it and I never got it to work in spite of multiple attempts. Dazzle Techs said it was Ulead's fault and Ulead said it was Dazzle's. Neither company tried to help me out.

I bought the adaptec combo card, hoping that it would work.
I installed it and the accompanying software. It didn't work.
I called Canon. They helped me by sending me to Microsoft for
a plug-in. The card still didn't work. I just about gave up but decided to call Adaptec for help.

It was a toll call but the Adaptec Tech walked me through the
entire process of getting the card working. I'd guess that he spend a good 45 mintues with me as we checked my system out and straightened out all the problems that the Dazzle card and drivers left in my system. I am a business owner so I know exactly how important good customer care is. You can have the best product in the world but if you don't care about your customers, you're business is going to eventually fail.

Adaptec makes a great product AND they have one of the very best Tech Support teams that I have ever dealt with to back the product.

Buy This One !

5-0 out of 5 stars Great all-in-one.
I installed this into a Windows 2000 machine and it works flawlessly. It didn't require the installation of any extra drivers--Windows already had all that was required. The card has everything I need for my high-bandwidth requiring devices. It even has internal ports so I can plug the Firewire port on the front of my computer into it. Highly recommended!

5-0 out of 5 stars Works great
I bought this Adaptec AUA-3020 for use in my Dell Dimension 8200 (P4 2Ghz) with Windows XP Pro SP1. My computer originally doesnot have firewire and USB2.0 (it has 4 USB1 though). All 5 PCI slots were full with VGA, Ethernet, Sound, Promise Ultra ATA133 (for my additional HDs), and Firewire from Pinnaclesys. I was a little skeptical to use this product when I read other reviewers that has the same system (tony8gj from Redmond, WA). The only difference is he bought 3121 with internal USB and firewire while I bought 3020 without the internal ones. After I received the package, I read the instruction which is fairly easy and straightforward. I turn off the computer and all cables, took off my Pinnaclesys firewire and replace with this Adaptec 3020. Put all the cables back to where they were, (I didnot plug anything yet to the new Adaptec) and start the comp. Windows XP shows "Found new hardware" and rearrange them (I rearranged my USB1.1). Then I see that XP found this Adaptec but it says Texas Instrument for the firewire host controller (I guess the chip made by TI), and so on. It went smooth. Then I put the USB/firewire cables to this new Adaptec ports. All my devices were recognized fast and ready to use. I tested all my devices and they are all fine. Just make sure, before installing this and any other hardware, to check and update your flash BIOS from your computer manufacturer and also your Windows operating system from Five big stars!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Brilliant product even on old P3 450Mhz
The only irony like the two previous users mentioned, is that there r some inconsistencies with the software drivers. I realized the system becoming slightly slower in performance (but then again these peripherals were optimized for the new P4 etc.) I use it daily especially with external hard drives and Bluetooth and printers and numerous devices.

I am fiddling now with video feeds via the firewire. Am sure it will be flawless. If anyone is considering a good upgrade to older machines, then get this card! (after a memory upgrade this would b the most sensible upgrade one can do)

1-0 out of 5 stars Didn't work for me- Orange Micro Works Better
I spent a couple of hours trying to install this. It kept causing windows to CRASH and my system would reboot. Read the manuel, and went to the website.

It just didn't work for my system.

I returned it and bought the Orangemicro card. It works flawlessly. But that ... Read more

179. Kingston 1 GB CompactFlash Card

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Asin: B000076WEX
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Kingston H. Corporation
Sales Rank: 4934
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180. PalmOne m130 Handheld
list price: $199.99
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Asin: B00005Y1Z6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: PalmOne
Sales Rank: 885
Average Customer Review: 4.07 out of 5 stars
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Palm's m130 enters the handheld market as one of the least expensive color units available. Basically a colorized version of the earlier m125, the m130's bright backlit screen displays 58,621 colors on its 160 x 160 pixel screen.

It also boasts an 8 MB memory with an expansion slot that accepts both MultiMediaCard (MMC) and Secure Digital (SD) cards for adding both memory and special applications. The SD card slot will also connect to SDIO (Secure Digital Input/Output) devices, including Bluetooth cards for wireless connectivity, and upcoming peripherals like digital cameras and bar code scanners.

You can also attach peripherals to the base of the unit via the Palm Universal Connector, which enables you to use the m130 with keyboards, modems, and GPS receivers that are also compatible with the i700 and m500 series handhelds.

The universal connector is where the handheld meets up with its USB cradle, which not only serves to sync up the m130, but to recharge its lithium-ion battery as well. On the highest setting (you can drop it down a notch in well-lit environments), the display backlight sucks juice at a moderate rate. But since the battery recharges at each sync-up, it's not much of an issue. Even if you run out of battery life and your m130 shuts down, you have about a week to recharge it before you lose the data on your Palm.

Nicely contoured, with an attachable faceplate that flips up (letting you play Captain Kirk and Dr. Spock, if you're so inclined), the 5.4-ounce m130 rests solidly in your left hand with the right manipulating its standard buttons and screen with the stylus. One complaint we did have with the m130: at the edges, the screen doesn't appear to be as sensitive as in the middle and it can sometimes require a repeat tap with the stylus before it registers.

In addition to the standard Palm Desktop software, the m130's impressive handheld software bundle includes Palm Reader (for taking e-books along with your Palm), DataViz's Documents To Go (for viewing and editing Word and Excel files; Windows users can also view and edit PowerPoint documents), and MGI PhotoSuite Mobile Edition (for viewing images and videos on the full-color screen).

An IR port on the top of the m130 lets you beam contact information, such as your business card, or even an application, to another similarly equipped handheld.

An inexpensive color handheld with a decent amount of memory and lots of room for growth, the m130 makes a great PDA for users looking to add color to their portable world. --J. Curtis


  • Inexpensive, full-featured color PDA
  • 58,621-color display looks great
  • Loaded with software extras
  • Rechargeable battery
  • Stylus doesn't register, at times, around the edges
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  • Bright and easy-to-read color screen with support for 58,621 colors
  • Built-in 8 MB memory stores thousands of contacts, appointments, to-do items, and notes
  • Expandable via Secure Digital and MultiMedia cards--add memory, applications, and content
  • Windows and Macintosh compatible--includes desktop software for both platforms
  • What's in the box: Palm OS 4.1, USB cradle, rechargeable battery, and add-on applications including Documents to Go, powerone Personal Calculator, MultiMail, and Palm Reader

Reviews (122)

5-0 out of 5 stars For the newer palm user!
This is my third pda (second palm and one handspring) and I'm totally satisfied with the product. Palm has leapfrogged over the palm clones or 'wannabees' in features and pre-packaged software. The screen clarity is more than acceptable under most conditions, the rechargeable battery lasts plenty long in normal uses and the 4.1 OS (operating system) has some nice new features. Finally, the expansion ports are great to save files or applications without sacrificing the 8 megs on the handheld palm.

Especially nice is the new feature note pad, which allows you to simply write or print a note directly on the screen without the need of graffiti or opening the memo pad. This is useful when you need to write quick--like when you're checking your voice mail and recording information. It's just like the sticky notes you use for writing down everything. Only these sticky notes don't get lost! The palm reader is a nice addition to read the increasingly popular e-books. I've added 3 books to the m-130 and the reader works great and even has an auto-scroll so you can read at your own pace. The calculator function(s) is much improved from earlier palms with the business and other math functions.
Finally the accompanying software, DataVis' Documents To Go for one, let you compose or edit word, excel, or powerpoint files and transfer the files to/from your desktop or laptop.
Overall, this is a good product, that is very functional and reliable, at a relatively inexpensive price!

4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty good PDA
This is a pretty good PDA. I was looking for a color PDA to replace my trusty Palm V (still miss that little guy), but the other models and brands were a little too overpriced for my budget. Lo and behold, Palm comes out with the m130 and it was in my price range! I love the color screen and the extra memory and add-on features. At first, I had to contact Palm because I received a defective unit. They replaced it free of charge and it has had no major problems ever since. The m130 comes packaged with a treasure chest of useful software (Documents to Go, Palm Reader and others)! The expansion slot is pretty cool too. The only drawback that I have found is the darned Graffiti writing recognition. Graffiti writes pretty well when it wants to, but I have found that it doesn't always register as the letter you want and tends to do its own thing. I seem to have the most trouble with the letter "y". It comes out as other letters. It can be frustrating and I am sure that Palm users have gotten frustrated with Graffiti. I would recommend investing in the keyboard. Besides all of that, I have been happy with Palm and the m130. These PDA's are truly amazing and useful tools and Palm has really set the standard with their great handhelds. If only the Graffiti were a little better...

2-0 out of 5 stars Mine died!
I bought my Palm M130 less than a year ago and it was great. Then one day it wouldn't turn on. I hit the reset button and it was fine for a few months. Then recently it wouldn't turn on again. I tried resetting it in different ways and no luck. Now i have a dead palm and all my phone numbers and calender info are stuck in my work computer! i wouldn't bother buying this product as i am sure it will die on you too :(

3-0 out of 5 stars Decent PDA with all basic features
I bought this Palm back in December 2002, and so far it has never let me down. Okay, the PDAs standards have developed a lot, but the basic features of this device remain useful: calendar, address book, and the Docs to go.
I am now giving thoughts to get an state-of-the-art PDA, but the bad reviews I've read here at Amazon regarding the Tungsten C have make me think about moving to a smartphone, perhaps Sony Eriksson P900...

5-0 out of 5 stars Does everything I needed!
I did a lot of research before purchasing my first palm pilot (my m130 for myself as a mother's day gift) and I am so glad I moved from a paper calendar to this. I originally hoped to get a phone and pda in one but to be honest w/a laptop at work and a computer at home w/internet access, I don't need wireless connectivity and I have found that anything with any phone feature gets so ridiculously expensive in addition to wanting you to pay for wireless service in addition to phone... well... I decided the option to add wireless later if I need it does exist on the m130, so I got it and a cell phone separately.

I have never had any trouble, have had it over a year and I really maximize the calendar and contacts features using outlook at work and transferring everything to my palm daily. I used the documents to go feature frequently before I got a laptop, so that was really handy as a storage unit so I could work on documents between home and work. I have for the most part, given up on taking notes most of the time more because of our work culture, then the pda, when it is appropriate I certainly use the note pad feature the most of the "extras". But for everything I hoped it would do... it has been perfect.

I did have to get some help from IT at work to get my outlook to synchronize properly w/the palm software, but once it was all set up it has never crashed or done anything wrong for me. There are a lot of people at my office who use this model and say the same. Slowly the whole organization is switching to outlook calendars and this really makes it easier. ... Read more

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