Add 8 more ports to your network with TP-Link’s Gigabit Ethernet switch for a low price

The TP-Link 8-port Gigabit Ethernet network switch is down to $19.99 on Amazon. We saw this switch drop to around $17 in February, but since then it has been selling around its $25 street price and sometimes even higher. This is a decent discount on an already inexpensive device that will add a lot of functionality to your home network.

Use TP-Link’s switch if you want to add a lot more wired connections to your router, which you might need for things like gaming consoles, printers, and laptops. It’s easy to use with plug-and-play design that doesn’t require additional configurations or software. The design uses a sturdy metal case with no fans so it’s very quiet. It’s also mountable on your desktop or a wall. The switch has traffic optimization for latency-free traffic and it automatically adjusts power consumption to save on energy use. Users give it 4.6 stars based on 4,608 reviews.

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