I am using this on an Android TV stick (MK802 IIIs) and it just works fine. It is plug & play, network connection works immediately and device appeared as ethernet device in the Android settings. You don't need to install something first. It also supports most other operating systems. I have not tested that, because I didn't need to, but I'm sure ... Read more
Works good. Incredibly cheap. Driverless (Plug n Play). So far no Cons found yet. As for Network Admin, Gadget Inspector, Hobbyist like me, using an ultrabook is convenience for travelling, but a bit pain when I have to set up network devices like wifi routers or ip cameras. This Network Adapter is really a savior and it is really portable. Just plug ... Read more
Works with RKM MK802 IIIS out of the box - plug-in, enable Ethernet DHCP in settings and go.
Nice case and USB cable. Unreliable connection.
Huge power draw - powering MK802 from ATX PSU, i can see led's dim, when i plug it in the hub.
Choppy streaming (might be Android/USB).
Died (freezes my RKM and LAN when plugged in).
RJ45 moves in/... Read more
* The ethernet adaptor works great out of the box for my Macbook Air running OS X 10.9 - plug and play
* it is significantly cheaper than Apple's original ethernet adaptor * plastic feels more flimsy and does not feel as "high quality and shiny and hard" as apple's ethernet adaptor but you get what you pay for
* no USB 3.0 * don't bother installing ... Read more
I needed a network card for a Acer laptop, as the internal card didn't support bridging. (direct connection for Virtual machines) This does the job very well. Even under Linux it didn't require any installation, it just works. Cable is a bit thin, but hasn't caused problems yet.
Device does get quite warm, but again, this doesn't cause any problems.... Read more
- feels solid, allmost apple product quality
- looks like apple product - nothing yet, but havent used it much, I only used it to my time machine backup Worked like a charm, just plug it in to usb-port and you are ready to go (and ofcourse you need ethernet cable also). No drivers needed to download or nothing. I recommend this to Macbook Air ... Read more
I plug it in and get an extra ethernet port. It stays connected. Just as it should be. It's compact so good to carry around with your laptop if it doesn't already have ethernet (Macbook Air, Thinkpad Helix like mine, or other thin ultrabooks). The price is good. The USB cable feels thin; I wonder if it will last. Apple usually makes the plastic dongle ... Read more
Fixed the dropouts from the onboard wif-fi from my MK809III. Solid construction.
Came in a retail clamshell package.
Worked on my standard windows PC. Just Plug and play! I could dream It was a fatter pipe.
No driver mini CD. Arrived just on 10 working days to NZ. No complaints about my free freight. Yay Quad-Core and modern Android 4.... Read more
Gave my Apple Macbook Pro wired network connectivity at a very affordable price. Doesn't match the speed of Apple's lightning adapter, but it doesn't match the price of it either. Feels a little bit cheap in the plastic, but nothing else. I am going to order some more to keep spare for future use. Highly recommended for devices that doesn't come with ... Read more
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