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  • posted byGiustty on 08/08/2016

    It works perfectly on Windows 10, tested on USB port 2.0 and it got 1Gb. No problems found.

    Impression:excellent,Works as it should,Not expensive;

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  • posted bylllaaa on 04/30/2015

    I was first upset with max speed 350Mbit/sec. Then I've read revew of tgpNo13 (THANK YOU!) and pushed USB connector into the slot faster. And it helped! Tested under Linux with iperf. You can ensure which protocol (USB2 or USB3) is used with command: lsusb -v | grep ASIX -A 5 | grep bcdUSB You... Read more

    Impression:Works as it should;

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  • posted bytgpNo13 on 03/09/2015

    Pros: - Works on both Linux and Windows (auto-downloaded the drivers via wifi) - Tested using iperf and got over 950 mbit/sec (on USB3.0 connection of my laptop) Cons: - When plugging in this adapter, don't do it too slow or it might not use the USB3.0 speeds (limited to ~300 mbit/sec). The extra... Read more

    Impression: works great,Not expensive, looks fine;

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  • posted by9029523 on 01/26/2015

    Unit works well and uses a good chipset internally. No drivers needed for Windows 8/8.1 and Ubuntu.

    Impression:Works as it should,Cheap and cheerful,Quality Chipset;

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  • posted bynicolasp on 09/20/2014

    looking for a gigabit ethernet usb3 connector for notebook asus ux which only has a wireless network connexion. This product looks good quality (robust), is cheap, is automatically recognised and installed with windows 8.1 (cd not necessary). Performance looks good. Nothing more to say! Good... Read more

    Impression:excellent,good deal price/quality;

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  • posted byv40jlt4 on 04/23/2014

    Cheap and fast. It copied data from my synology NAS at 100MB (mega byte) per second, including overhead, that's very close to 1Gb (gigabit) per second. I tried on with my apple macbook air and macbook pro. You have to manually install the driver, which is on a mini cd. I tried finding it online,... Read more

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