Safecom SBRU-10100 - 4 port Cable Router + Printer Port Reviews

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Safecom SBRU-10100 - 4 port Cable Router + Printer Port

“It's hard to believe the products this good are...”

Written on: 03/03/2007 by scoox (1 review written)

It's hard to believe the products this good are available for so little money! When I bought this router, I was skeptical that it would be up to the mark due to its low price. However, after I bought it I was so happy that I bought one more to expand my home network.

I was looking for a device with a print server and I found this for just over £15, while most print-servers will cost around £50. Even if you want to use this router as a print server only, it's so much cheaper than a print… Read Full Review

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Safecom SBRU-10100 - 4 port Cable Router + Printer Port

“A friend wanted to be able to connect two additional...”

Written on: 25/05/2006 by Ieuanfawr (68 reviews written)

A friend wanted to be able to connect two additional laptops into the NTL cable internet link. After some research I took the risk of buying the Safecom SBRU-10100 from E-buyer.com, thinking that if it didn't work properly £14 was not great sum.

Connecting everything together was straight forward, and I already had several spare CAT5 cables. I wasn't as thorough as I should have been switching it all on for the first time, and I was annoyed there was no internet connection. However, reading… Read Full Review

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Ivan1890's Response to Ieuanfawr's Review

Written on: 27/05/2006

This product has something to do with computers - yes? This probably is a good article for a computer geek to understand, but as a 'beginner' I would have loved to have been 'led into' it: with the basics explained. In particular, how a basic system works (and with what equipment) followed by what this product does (in simple terms) and how such improves one's computer system. As I know that how a space rocket works can be explained in layman's terms surely the same could be done here? The article could then potentially benefit both computer experts and amateurs like myself.

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Ieuanfawr's Response to Ieuanfawr's Review

Written on: 30/05/2006

This peice of kit will link together up to 4 computers, a USB printer and a cable (not an ADSL, i.e. telephone line) internet connection. NTL (National Transcommunications Limited), Telewest and Blueyonder are cable internet providers.

At the risk of sounding patronising, this article is located under Computer Hardware -> Modems and Networking, and I started the review by saying: "A friend wanted to be able to connect two additional laptops into the NTL cable internet link." This is a section for reviewing specific pieces of equipment, and is not a tutorial. You will need to do research elsewhere if the terminology not understood.

ADSL = Asymmetric Digital Subscriber Line, a technology that allows more data to be sent over existing copper telephone lines. ADSL supports data rates of from 1.5 to 9 Mbps when receiving data (known as the downstream rate) and from 16 to 640 Kbps when sending data (known as the upstream rate).

Mbps = megabits per second.

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