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    News - Target brings Tenda networking to the UK

    Distributor adds Chinese consumer and SMB networking router-maker to its list of exclusive brands.
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    Re: News - Target brings Tenda networking to the UK

    Got to say my router is a cheap Tenda Wireless-N and it works prefectly and is easy enough to setup/navigate.

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    Re: News - Target brings Tenda networking to the UK

    Erm... Ebuyer seems to stock alot of their stuff already ?

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    Re: News - Target brings Tenda networking to the UK

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    Erm... Ebuyer seems to stock alot of their stuff already ?
    So do Microdirect.

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    Re: News - Target brings Tenda networking to the UK

    Been using their metal gigabit unmanaged switches for a while now (ebuyer). They work perfectly and i got a pair for less than a single netgear 5 port gigabit switch would have cost. Really no excuse not to at least have the trunk of your network running at gigabut speed now switches are pocket money prices.
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