What does a "High density" switch mean?

Answer It means it has a lot of ports for its form factor. It's a standard.

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What does high-density mean?

Density is the measurement of how heavy an object is, and how close the particles that make up that object are in a given volume. To say a substance has a high density means the particles are very ... Read More »

I was just wondering what does "Not Subject to Memory Effect, High-Energy Density Lithium Ion Technology" mean?

That's the kind of battery you want.Old nickel cadmium batteries would develop a "memory" when they were not recharged properly. Use the battery down to 50% capacity and then recharge it, and the ... Read More »

What is the difference between low density&high density heating elements?

The density of a heating element in a water heater refers to the wattage of the element in relation to the amount of its surface area. As the elements density lowers, so does the temperature at whi... Read More »

My phone has a switch "P/T" next to "ON/OFF" switch. What does it mean?

P/T, excatly what everyone said.Even if you have tone service, and want to hear the old clicking like with a rotary phone (p-pulse), it will still work.Not trying to repeat what everyone else said,... Read More »