One of the main reasons consumer markets have failed to gain access to super gigabit (GbE) networks is the lack of when network switches are available, so many people have to look for more expensive, enterprise-class customers. The good news is that Buffalo has launched its new home LXW-10G2/2G4 six-port switch in Japan, offering four 2.5GbE ports in addition to two 10-Gigabit (10GbE) ports.
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For families with high-speed fiber-optic Internet access, the Buffalo LXW-10G2/2G4 switch can help them easily upgrade the data transfer rates of devices such as computers or network additional storage (NAS).
The switch automatically prioritizes 10GbE connections and supports loop detection to optimize the configuration and performance of the network.
It’s worth noting that as a complete home 10Mega/2.5GbE solution, Buffalo also offers a WXR-5950AX12 10G Wi-Fi router, as well as a LUA-U3-A2G 2.5GbE USB network adapter for pc.
Finally, the Buffalo LXW-10G2/2G4 switch will be available exclusively in Japan from mid-December (which should be available in other markets later), including a tax price of 34,000 yen ($312 / 2189 RMB).