|Shipping:||Free Shipping To UNITED STATES|
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|Direct:||Worldwide AU US|
|OS Supported||Window XP / Vista / Win 7 / 8, Mac OS 10.6|
|Features||USB 3.0 gigabit LAN Ethernet adapter; Supports 10 / 100 / 1000Mbps auto-sensing capability; USB 3.0 interface, backward compatibility with USB 2.0; Supports auto MDIX (straight and crossed network cable auto-detection); Supports USB full and hi-speed with bus power capability; IEEE 802.3, 802.3ab (10 Base-T, 100 Base-TX and 1000 Base-T) compatible; Supports both full-duplex and half-duplex operation in fast Ethernet; Supports Jumbo packer of up to 9KB; Supports suspend mode and remote wake-up via link-up and magic packet; Plug and play; LED indicator: Link 1000Mbps; Power: Integrates on-chip 2.5V~3.3V voltage regulator; Network interface: Female RJ45 port supports auto MDIX; RAM: Embedded 20KB SRAM for RX packet buffering and 20KB SRAM for TX packet buffering|
|Packing List||1 x USB 3.0 Ethernet adapter 1 x Software CD 1 x English user manual|
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|Rate||USD$ 22.64 shipped||USD$ 22.57 shipped||USD$ 22.49 shipped|
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100% of customers would recommend this product to a friend (1 out of 1)
Involvement Level: Expert (understands the inner workings)
Pros: Avoid USB 2.0 bottleneck, reliable connection, flexibility to add new nics on existing system. Backward compatible with USB 2.0.
Cons: Requires an USB 3.0 available port to make complete use of it's capability. It's not a product problem, it's a fact of life :)
Other: I use it on my improvised dockstation connecting gigabit lan + sound card + video (sometimes) + mouse/keyboard wireless receiver on a single USB 3.0 hub connecting to my notebook. I store many large files on other PCs and connecting tru gigabit make feel like they are on local storage.
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