USB-A to Gigabit Ethernet Adapter with 3 USB 3.0 Hub
|Operating System||Linux, Windows Vista, Windows XP, Chrome OS, Windows 10|
|Compatible Devices||Laptop, Mouse, Desktop, Keyboard, Printer|
|Data Link Protocol||USB, Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet|
|Data Transfer Rate||5 Gigabits Per Second|
Delivery Time 2 to 3 Weeks
- 1 Gbps High-Speed Internet: Make sure your device has USB 3.0 ports and use CAT6 & up Ethernet cables.
- Secure, Reliable and Stable: Stay connected to wired networks with the speed and reliability of Gigabit Ethernet
- USB 3.0 Ethernet adapter: USB 3.0 supports 10/100 / 1000Mbps speed. Compatible with both USB2.0 and USB1.1
- Plug and play: No external power required, no driver software required
- Reliable and stable: It provides smooth, stable Gigabit when the wireless connection is unstable or beyond the extended network
Quick User Guide:
!! To reach 1Gbps, make sure to use CAT6 & up Ethernet cables.
!! Not compatible with Nintendo Switch, Peloton bike+.
uni’s Thoughtful Design
- Braided Nylon Cable: Strong protective cover to bending and stress with stained relief on both ends
- Advanced Aluminium Case:Minimize interference for stable Wi-Fi, offer better heat dissipation and durability
- LED indicator light: LED indicator informs you of working status
Compatibility (NOT A FULL LIST)
|✔ System||(✔) Windows XP and later version; macOS 10.9 and later version; Chrome OS and Linux OS|
|✔ System||(✔) Compatible with IEEE 802. 3; IEEE 802. 3U and IEEE 802. 3ab; IEEE 802. 3az|
|✔ Devices||(✔) Desktop; Laptop; Apple MacBook; Linux and More|
|✘Not Compatible||(✘) Nintendo Switch; Wii; Wii U; Wii Mini|
Some USB 3 devices may cause radio frequency interference
- Wi-Fi and Bluetooth devices operating in the 2.4GHz band to have issues communicating with your computer. Here are some tips to avoid this issue:
- If your USB device has a cable long enough that you can move the device, place it away from your computer—and make sure not to place it behind your computer, or near the hinge of its display.
- To avoid interference on the 2.4GHz band using Wi-Fi, try using the 5GHz. Bluetooth always uses 2.4GHz, so this alternative isn’t available for Bluetooth. Try to cover the USB C connector with tinfoil, it may help with this situation.