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TRENDnet TEG-S750 Review (vs. TEG-S762): A Just-Right 5-Port 10Gbps Switch

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The TRENDnet TEG-S750 Multi-Gig Unmanaged switch is almost everything I wished its cousin, the TEG-S762, had.

Instead of mixing 10Gbps and 2.5Gbps ports, it goes straight up 10Gbps. The way Multi-Gig works, these ports also support the lower speed grades (5Gbps, 2.5Gbps, 1Gbps, 100Mbps.)

On the downside, TRENDnet TEG-S750 has one port fewer—it's a 5-Port 10Gbps Multi-Gig switch—despite sharing the same physical size and weight as the TEG-S762.

But five ports might be all a home would need. It allows you to add up to four super-fast connections to the local network. Most homes don't have more than four wired devices anyway, and in those that do, chances are the majority still use the common Gigabit standard.

So, for a reasonable price tag of around $330, the TRENDnet TG-S750 is an excellent buy for those wanting to get ahead of the speed curve, especially if they have 10Gbps broadband. Get one today!

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The TRENDnet TEG-S750 comes with five 10Gbps Multi-Gig ports.

TRENDnet TEG-S750 vs. TEG-S762: Real 10Gbps in a small package

The TRENDnet TEG-S750 shares the same physical size as the TG-S762. It looks like a typical network switch with five front-facing ports.

However, what sets it apart is the fact that all five of these ports can handle up to 10Gbps. You use one of them to connect to an existing network, preferably another 10Gbps port of a router, and now you can add another four super-fast wired devices to the network.

Like the case of the TG-S762, the TG-S750 is also mostly hollow, with ventilation openings on its left and right sides. The switch has no internal fan, which means it's quiet and has fewer parts to break.

TRENDnet TEG-S750 vs. TEG-S762: Hardware specifications

Both of these are unmanaged switches. They will work right away as you plug them into an existing network. As a matter of fact, they work together, too.

Full NameTRENDnet TEG-S750
5-Port 10Gbps
Unmanaged Switch
6-Port 10Gbps
Unmanaged Switch
(W x D x H)
7 x 5.7 x 1.3 in
(180 x 145 x 33mm)
7 x 5.7 x 1.3 in
(180 x 145 x 33mm)
Weight5.12 lbs (2.33 kg)5.12 lbs (2.33 kg)
Gigabit-only PortsNoneNone
Multi-Gig Ports5x 10Gbps2x 10Gbps, 4x 2.5Gbps
Switching Capacity100Gbps60Gbps
Jumbo Frame SupportYes
(Up to 9KB)
(Up to 9KB)
Packet Buffer2MB2MB
FeaturesFanless and quiet
Desktop and Wall mount
Fanless and quiet
Supported StandardsIEEE 802.3u
IEEE 802.3ab
IEEE 802.3an
IEEE 802.3az
IEEE 802.3bz
IEEE 802.3u
IEEE 802.3ab
IEEE 802.3an
IEEE 802.3az
IEEE 802.3bz
Operating EnvironmentTemperature: 0° – 40° C (32° – 104° F)
Humidity: up to 95% (non-condensing)
Temperature: 0° – 40° C (32° – 104° F)
Humidity: up to 95% (non-condensing)
Power SupplyInput: 100 – 240V AC, 50/60 Hz
Output: 12V, 1A
Input: 100 – 240V AC, 50/60 Hz
Output: 12V, 1A
CertificationCE, FCC, ICCE, FCC, IC
Power Consumption
11.9W max11.9W max
Power Consumption
(per 24 hours)
≈ 235 WhNot tested
LED IndicatorGreen: 10Gbps or 5Gbps,
Amber: 2.5Gbps or slower

Green (port 1-2): 10Gbps or 5Gbps,
Amber (port 1-2): 2.5Gbps or slower.
Green (port 3-6): 2.5Gbps,
Amber (port 3-6): 1Gbps or slower
U.S Cost (at review)$330$210
Hardware specifications: TRENDnet TEG-S750 vs. TEG-S762

TRENDnet TEG-S750: Detail photos

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The TRENDnet TEG-S750 Multi-Gig Switch's retail box

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The TRENDnet TG-S750 comes with a standard power adapter and four little rubber feet out of the box. Note there are no mounting accessories.

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And that's because the new switch is not designed to be wall-mountable. On the underside, you'll find only locations to attach the included rubber feet on.

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The top of the TRENDnet TEG-S750 looks the same as its old 6-port Multi-Gig cousin.

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Here's the side of the TRENDnet TEG-S750. Note the ventilation openings.

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The TRENDnet TEG-S750's five Multi-Gig ports come with clear indicators.

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Here's the TRENDnet TEG-S750's included power adapter.

A straightforward unmanaged switch

Like all unmanaged switches, there's nothing to set up the TRENDnet TEG-S750.

All you have to do is connect it to an existing network using one of its ports as the uplink connection. Since all of these ports are 10Gbps, you can use any as the up-link. Then, plug the switch into power, and it's ready.

The TEG-S750 has no web user interface or application. It has no features that require user interaction. All of its ports work at the same level and have equal bandwidth.

TRENDnet TEG-S750: 10Gbps-grade performance

For this review, I used the TRENDnet TEG-S750 intensively for a couple of days, and it didn't disappoint.

Like previous Multi-Gig switches, its sustained speed didn't reach the full 10Gbps (10,000Mbps) but was quite close, as shown in the chart below.

TRENDnet TEG S750 Multi-Gig Switchs Performance
The TRENDnet TEG S750 Multi-Gig Switch's performance against others

Other than the official tests, I also tried it with a few 5Gbps Multi-Gig devices, and it sustained at around 3500Mbps.

That said, the TRENDnet TEG-S750 wasn't the fastest Multi-Gig switch I've tested, but for its costs, it's plenty speedy enough. It also ran relatively cool in my trial—I could feel the extra warmth on it during heavy operation but not as warm as many other switches I've worked with.

TRENDnet TEG-S750's Rating

8.1 out of 10
TRENDnet TEG-S750 Multi-Gig Switch Power
8 out of 10
8.5 out of 10
8 out of 10
8 out of 10


Five 10Gbps Multi-Gig ports

Fast performance, plug, and play design

Helpful port indicator, fanless, sturdy design


No SFP+ port, only 5 BASE-T ports

Not wall-mountable


For the cost, the TRENDnet TEG-S750 is an excellent 10Gbps Multi-Gig switch.

If you have gotten your home wired and have a Multi-Gig broadband connection that you want to get the most out of, this little switch is an easy choice. Get one!

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8 thoughts on “TRENDnet TEG-S750 Review (vs. TEG-S762): A Just-Right 5-Port 10Gbps Switch”

  1. Hi, Dong. I recently upgraded from gigabit to 10Gbps. Thus, I am in the market for an unmanaged switch that is plug-and-play with at least 6 ports, with at least 2 or 3 of them being 10Gbps ports. I’m eyeing the Netgear XS508M 8-Port 10-Gigabit Unmanaged Switch that is constantly on “sale” for $449.99. Do you have a recommendation? For wireless, I am using an ASUS ZenWiFi Pro AX11000 Tri-Band WiFi 6 Mesh System (XT12). Thank you.

    • You only get 2.5Gbps out of the XT12 which is not ideal for a wired setup — the ET12 is better.

      Getting 10Gbps is still very complicated, Vic. I’d recommend this post on the subject and then follow the recommendation there — there will be links. Personally, I’m using this setup — it works well:

      1. UDM-SE as the router (non-Wifi).
      2. XS1930-12HP switch — it works as unmanaged switch by default.
      3. TP-Link Deco BE85 (in AP mode) for Wi-Fi.

      You can consider it or build your own. Good luck!

  2. All the Ethernet green lights are flashing. It started 5 days after installation. I’m on a 5G FiOS internet using Tplink AXE16000 router. I tried it on the 2.5G port and the 10G port of the router. Have you seen this happen before, and should I be concerned?

    • No, Brad, I didn’t open it. And generally, I don’t report on what chip a device uses unless it’s super relevant or easily accessible. It’s a great switch, though. I’ve used it heavily since the review with no issue at all.


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