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  • Great LAN cable

    posted by tinymouse

    Works like a normal "phat" LAN cable but takes less space because of its flat design. It looks really great next to the wall.
    I haven't bought a LAN cable in ages because I've been using WiFi, but my current modem is so crappy that I decided to buy a cable to stay wired while I'm at home. I really like the flat design compared to the old-fashioned cables. Of course there is no problem whatsoever with the speed.
    A very cheap LAN cable with a great design. Just make sure it's long enough for your needs.
  • Cables Cheap and excellent! Must Buy!

    posted by Nahkranoth

    Good flexible cable to put in the boxes for connecting routers, switches or hubs in your network.
    Good packaging they came to me spotless without any damage at all.
    As soon as i have received the cables and implemented them in my home network i noticed a lot of improvements regarding speed of LAN and stability of connection. I will buy some more of these cables to continue implementing my home network to the fullest!
    If you are thinking if you are to buy these cables, buy them! it's a good buy. I bought one of 1m, one of 3m and two of 15m and all of them work perfectly.
  • Good product

    posted by beststorm

    Its good to be placed in the floor or below rugs. I got really impressed on how thin it is. Its thinner than those sata cables, almost half height. Its very malleable and light.
    You still have to know that the cables arent the most important thing in network speed. You can get real fast speeds even with not so good cables. Remember to look to your network adapter and hub/switch/router too.
    I'm satisfied. I bought them cause i tought they were cheapest than any cable i could find here. I wish i had bought the 3M version, cause 5M is more than i expected. I bought also a 1M version and its pefect to carry in my pocket or netbook bag cause its very thin and light.
  • I like it

    posted by QuantumBox

    I bought it to replace my wireless to my laptop, because that was slow. So this is obviously much faster. Another review says there are faster cables, and I'm sure he's right, but this is fast enough for me.
    I like how it's flat, makes it really easy to coil up such a long cord in a really small package.
    The ends feel really well made, with a nice rubber cover to keep the clip from snagging
    I would buy it again. I like how it's shaped, so that keeps it out of the way and allows it to move around easily, as opposed to the round ones, which are stiff and stubborn.
    In my setup, we have a PC near the modem and my laptop across the room, all in the living room. So most of my downloads are through the PC anyway, and the laptop is just for browsing/email/youtube and the occasional quick download. So since the laptop is moving around a lot, a thick round cord would be awkward and annoying. It would kink easily and that would affect performance. So for that reason, I prefer this one.
    But it if your top priority is flexibility or portability.
    But if your router/modem is near your computer and your top priority is speed, then buy a shorter round cable and just connect directly.
  • It works well. My server runs off of it.

    posted by discofreakboot

    It's definitely a great spare cable if you need one. It's also a good permanent cable if you need one.
    Build quality is great, and the no-snag boots on the ends feel solid.
    Solid connection to ethernet jacks.
    Gigabit ethernet will certainly work over short distances like the length of this cable, but I'd be skeptical about going flat for long runs.
    I've used flat cables like this before and they are absolutely perfect for going through doors or windows. It's not a bad idea to have a spare one of these around in case you have to run a cable in that fashion.
    If you want to run the cable through a door or window, I'd suggest getting this or a shorter one of these and putting ethernet couplers on each end, then completing the run with REAL ethernet cable. That, of course, depends on how long your run needs to be. This can stand on its own as an ethernet link but you definitely don't want to go flat for long distances.

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