• Micro USB Ethernet Adapter for Android Windows Tablet, Nexus Player, Dell Venue - Wired LAN Connection
  • Micro USB Ethernet Adapter for Android Windows Tablet, Nexus Player, Dell Venue - Wired LAN Connection
  • Micro USB Ethernet Adapter for Android Windows Tablet, Nexus Player, Dell Venue - Wired LAN Connection
  • Micro USB Ethernet Adapter for Android Windows Tablet, Nexus Player, Dell Venue - Wired LAN Connection
  • Micro USB Ethernet Adapter for Android Windows Tablet, Nexus Player, Dell Venue - Wired LAN Connection
  • Micro USB Ethernet Adapter for Android Windows Tablet, Nexus Player, Dell Venue - Wired LAN Connection
  • Micro USB Ethernet Adapter for Android Windows Tablet, Nexus Player, Dell Venue - Wired LAN Connection
Micro USB Ethernet Adapter for Android Windows Tablet, Nexus Player, Dell Venue - Wired LAN Connection
Micro USB Ethernet Adapter for Android Windows Tablet, Nexus Player, Dell Venue - Wired LAN Connection
Micro USB Ethernet Adapter for Android Windows Tablet, Nexus Player, Dell Venue - Wired LAN Connection
Micro USB Ethernet Adapter for Android Windows Tablet, Nexus Player, Dell Venue - Wired LAN Connection
Micro USB Ethernet Adapter for Android Windows Tablet, Nexus Player, Dell Venue - Wired LAN Connection
Micro USB Ethernet Adapter for Android Windows Tablet, Nexus Player, Dell Venue - Wired LAN Connection
Micro USB Ethernet Adapter for Android Windows Tablet, Nexus Player, Dell Venue - Wired LAN Connection

Micro USB Ethernet Adapter for Android Windows Tablet, Nexus Player, Dell Venue - Wired LAN Connection

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  • OTG Micro-B 10-inch cable to RJ45 LAN wired internet connection ( Realtek RTL8152 based )
  • Driver-less design for Windows 8.1 / 10 (32/64 bit) or up, Mac OS 10.9 or up, and Android 4.0 or up operation system
  • Add 10/100M network ability to compatible device - Android Tablets, Windows Tablet computer, Google Nexus Player, Dell Venue Pro 8 tablet, Raspberry Pi Zero, HP Stream 7, Asus T100taf and more, and enable it to share hard disk files, printers, peripherals
  • Plug it in, change the settings in the computer, restart, and use it ( Or repeat plug-and-unplug 3 times to help your device to identify )
  • Limited Android compatibility. Android users, before you buy be sure to look if the device has a (grayed out) "Ethernet" menu in Settings under WIRELESS & NETWORKS. Most probably it will just work then

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Works with Google Nexus PlayerBought this to let my Google Nexus Player connect to my wired network. For that purpose, it works great! It's able to stay connected without any external power supply (which is good, since it doesn't come with one.) I've also tried a USB mouse and keyboard connected to the unit as well, and it all worked fine. The adapter *does* have an outlet for a power supply if you need to drive a power-hungry USB device.One drawback to be aware of is that the adapter doesn't have the standard link/activity lights like most other wired ethernet adapters do - you only get an activity light. Given that this thing is dirt cheap and works flawlessly, it's not bigtime shortcoming.5Great product EXACTLY what I needed- great product 5Works great on Asus Google Nexus Streaming PlayerWanted ethernet connectivity for my Asus Google Nexus Streaming Player. The Samys 5-Pin Micro-USB to RJ45 Ethernet Network adapter does a fine job. It worked right away and I like the fact that I can connect USB devices to it, such as a memory stick to add extra storage for the Google Nexus Player. Very happy with the purchase and would recommend it to anybody who wants ethernet connectivity and USB storage for their Google Nexus Player. Only con would be that the power cord is not included with your purchase in case you want to run it as a powered adapter.5Ethernet worked well and Can also power the raspberry pi and free up a micro usb port which is cool that everything can go throu Used it for a raspberry pi zero. Ethernet worked well and Can also power the raspberry pi and free up a micro usb port which is cool that everything can go through one port. 5Good for some, but not for meThe USB portion works fine, but the NIC doesn't seem to like being on gigabit network. I get frequent drops in network connectivity and changes in drivers didn't seem to help. Tried on both Windows and Android (Nexus Player), but both had the same issue. I also tried switching between Linksys and Netgear, but the problem persisted. Since I bought multiple units I'm pretty confident the issue isn't just one unit. I gave a unit to someone who only had 100MB network and they didn't have problems. Not sure if its the gigabit auto-negotiate or something else, but I didn't have a good experience with them but a friend of mine is happy for my mistake.1Completely Happy! :) Super fast shipping (Prime)... and worked PERFECTLY first time with my Google A23 7" tablet. DHCP works and properly assigns IP to the tablet, and can also set IP manually. Seems very fast, but have not run actual speed tests yet. Completely happy with it! 5Works great with Raspberry Pi Zero W!Bought this because of two issues - RPi0 only has 1 micro USB connector other than power and no ethernet port. This item was plug and play and resolves both issues allowing me to plug in a USB keyboard, USB wired mouse and ethernet with 1 USB port on the hub to spare. The device itself seems solid enough but I didn't test in an adverse environment nor do I intend toKnocking 1 star off because the item is advertised "a 5V DC-in power cable included, it only powers the added USB device and not the tablet computer" This is not true! if you power the hub the 5v line to the micro USB becomes live and powered the Zero too, this may cause issues if you also power the Zero via it's micro USB power port.Furthermore the '5V DC power cable' is only a USB to round pin power cable adapter , the 5V 2A power adapter is not included! You will need to supply a 5V 2A adapter with a female USB port to plug the power cable into, yourself.I have not yet tried running it 'un-powered' but imagine it will work depending on the current draw from the devices you connect.All in all, I am happy with my purchase, although it did cost 1.5 time the price of the pi zero W I have it connected to. 3 times the price of the original $5 pi zero.4Great! Awesome device, works great with my raspberry pi devices 5LOVE IT...WILL BUY MORE FOR SPARE.WAOOOOOOO...ALL WORK PERFECT....ETHERNET PORT, USB HUB AND CHARGING PORT...ALL AT ONCE....NOW I CAN USE MY NVIDIA SHIELD TABLET LIKE A COMPUTER...CAN CONECT MI IPHONE TO IT, WIRELESS KEYBOARD AND MOUSE, FAST INTERNET SPEED AND THE BEST PART, PLUG IT TO THE AC POWER SUPLY.5Works on both Android phone and Win 10 Tablets Works on both Android phone and Win 10 Tablets 5Five Stars Everything OK. 5Bought out of necessity, loved for it's features.I bought this for my Raspberry Pi Zero since it only has a single micro USB port for power and a single micro USB port for peripherals. I was was so happy when I figured out that you don't need to use a separate power adapter for your Pi Zero when you use the power adapter for this hub/dongle. One peripheral and it provides power, Ethernet connectivity and allows you to connect three USB devices directly.If I had to gripe about something it would be about the dongle's power cable which is USB A on one end and a typical cylindrical connector on the other. It would have been if all you needed was another micro USB cable so you don't have to worry about losing the one provided.5Didn't work with the Amazon Echo Show Generation 2I purchased this device to provide wired Ethernet to my Amazon Echo Show 2nd generation unit. Several people said they had the sister adapter -- "Micro USB Ethernet Adapter with USB OTG Hub Compatible TV Stick, Chromecast Ultra/2/1/Audio, Google Home Mini (RJ45 LAN Wired Internet)" -- working with the Echo Shows 2nd gen. I decided to "upgrade" to this model.The Amazon Echo Show 2nd gen recognized the adapter, but when I plugged in the RJ45 plug all wired Ethernet devices on the network stopped working. I verified the adapter was causing the issue by performing the following steps:1) I had several other devices (2 Windows system, 1 tablet, and 1 phone) all ping the gateway (10.0.0.1) and they all got the error message "Request timed out" until2) I unplugged the RJ45 and the devices all started pinging again.3) I plugged in the RJ45 and the devices again get the above error message.4) I tried a different Ethernet / RJ45 cable.5) I tried a different port on my 16 port NetGear Hub.Amazon accepted the adapter back and I ordered the sister adapter -- "Micro USB Ethernet Adapter with USB OTG Hub Compatible TV Stick, Chromecast Ultra/2/1/Audio, Google Home Mini (RJ45 LAN Wired Internet)."NOTE (added on 6/24/2019): The replacement (sister adapter) works like a charm!!For those wondering why I want my Amazon Echo Show 2nd gen wired: Home automation, especially the router.Because of several disabilities, it is difficult for me to reach various places in my home. One of these areas is behind the furniture, where my ISP installed the router. Many times a year my router will need a power cycling to correct one error or another, but I can't reach it. Typically, I ask my caretaker or a neighbor to power cycle the router. I would like to be able to do this instead of asking someone to do it for me. After all don't we all want to be as independent as possible? Home automation is a great solution for the router, modem, and many other electrical devices (e.g. lights in other rooms, hallway lights, etc).Turn the router off is possible using the wireless network, but turning the router back on using the wireless network is not possible (as it is powered off). I found a wired (Ethernet) power plug, but want to do the Show before buying the wired plug ($100 or so).I'm giving this device 3 stars because it failed to work for me and using it (actively) took down my entire wired network. I don't know if it's the fault of this device, the Amazon Echo Show 2nd gen, or something else. I can't give something 5 stars I can't use nor keep. I also can't give it just 1 star, so 3 stars.3Works decently for Linux (Pi Zero) and Windows 10 (Lenovo Miix 2 8 Tablet)The Ethernet chip onboard is a Realtek RTL8152 and works out of the box on the Raspberry Pi 2/Pi Zeros (although for the $5 Pi Zero, you are spending $15 on it, which would bring you to Pi-B territory in terms of cost), and with a driver load, a Windows 10 Tablet (Lenovo Miix 2 8). You should have no issues with Android assuming that your device maker compiles Ethernet support into the distribution (most new ones leave it out, so make sure before you buy!). Performance is great and actually runs an USB2 speeds (so about 8 to 10 MBytes/sec). The device does not come with a charger since it'll just pull off the device supply, but you can easily pick one up - a 5 or 10w wall wart unit will do just fine. It can do power injection with the included cable (your mileage may vary, but mine comes with it, see the included photos below) via the hub to charge the device (see photos for Pi Zero and Lenovo Windows Tablet) although that being said, a good deal of devices that I know of will not accept power this way, so your mileage may vary. Overall, decent construction, works as advertised, can't ask for more than that.5This device literally caused an electrical fire, buy another brand! Returning this ASAP.I wish I could give this ZERO STARS. It was used as intended but quickly overheated and nearly started an electrical fire. It is now charred and I am lucky nothing else caught fire. It destroyed all 3 low power devices that were plugged into it. Nothing else was new. I replaced it with an Anker USB/ethernet hub, replaced the destroyed items (an Cat 5e cable, a USB Kinovo BT400, and a USB Canakit 802.11N Wifi adapter) and now everything is working fine. This thing tried to burn my house down. I got minor burns on my fingers while unplugging it to avoid a major fire. If I could take a picture of the terrible smell of an electrical fire I would.1Decencent device for purpose intended.Plastic housing, but okay. This item connected flawlessly to my older tablet that supports ethernet. However, I could only get 94 Mbps on a 300 Mbps internet. That is the tablet most likely as it is rated at 10/100 Mbps, same as the adapter. I could not find any USB micro adapters supporting faster, so mostly likely are none on that form factor. Wirelessly I am getting 220 Mbps so that will be what I will use mostly. My kindle fire did not support, wireless only. Not a bad device, hoping for better, but does what it says.3Exactly what I want Work great on samsung tab 10.5 5
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Works with Google Nexus PlayerBought this to let my Google Nexus Player connect to my wired network. For that purpose, it works great! It's able to stay connected without any external power supply (which is good, since it doesn't come with one.) I've also tried a USB mouse and keyboard connected to the unit as well, and it all worked fine. The adapter *does* have an outlet for a power supply if you need to drive a power-hungry USB device.One drawback to be aware of is that the adapter doesn't have the standard link/activity lights like most other wired ethernet adapters do - you only get an activity light. Given that this thing is dirt cheap and works flawlessly, it's not bigtime shortcoming.5Great product EXACTLY what I needed- great product 5Works great on Asus Google Nexus Streaming PlayerWanted ethernet connectivity for my Asus Google Nexus Streaming Player. The Samys 5-Pin Micro-USB to RJ45 Ethernet Network adapter does a fine job. It worked right away and I like the fact that I can connect USB devices to it, such as a memory stick to add extra storage for the Google Nexus Player. Very happy with the purchase and would recommend it to anybody who wants ethernet connectivity and USB storage for their Google Nexus Player. Only con would be that the power cord is not included with your purchase in case you want to run it as a powered adapter.5Ethernet worked well and Can also power the raspberry pi and free up a micro usb port which is cool that everything can go throu Used it for a raspberry pi zero. Ethernet worked well and Can also power the raspberry pi and free up a micro usb port which is cool that everything can go through one port. 5Good for some, but not for meThe USB portion works fine, but the NIC doesn't seem to like being on gigabit network. I get frequent drops in network connectivity and changes in drivers didn't seem to help. Tried on both Windows and Android (Nexus Player), but both had the same issue. I also tried switching between Linksys and Netgear, but the problem persisted. Since I bought multiple units I'm pretty confident the issue isn't just one unit. I gave a unit to someone who only had 100MB network and they didn't have problems. Not sure if its the gigabit auto-negotiate or something else, but I didn't have a good experience with them but a friend of mine is happy for my mistake.1Completely Happy! :) Super fast shipping (Prime)... and worked PERFECTLY first time with my Google A23 7" tablet. DHCP works and properly assigns IP to the tablet, and can also set IP manually. Seems very fast, but have not run actual speed tests yet. Completely happy with it! 5Works great with Raspberry Pi Zero W!Bought this because of two issues - RPi0 only has 1 micro USB connector other than power and no ethernet port. This item was plug and play and resolves both issues allowing me to plug in a USB keyboard, USB wired mouse and ethernet with 1 USB port on the hub to spare. The device itself seems solid enough but I didn't test in an adverse environment nor do I intend toKnocking 1 star off because the item is advertised "a 5V DC-in power cable included, it only powers the added USB device and not the tablet computer" This is not true! if you power the hub the 5v line to the micro USB becomes live and powered the Zero too, this may cause issues if you also power the Zero via it's micro USB power port.Furthermore the '5V DC power cable' is only a USB to round pin power cable adapter , the 5V 2A power adapter is not included! You will need to supply a 5V 2A adapter with a female USB port to plug the power cable into, yourself.I have not yet tried running it 'un-powered' but imagine it will work depending on the current draw from the devices you connect.All in all, I am happy with my purchase, although it did cost 1.5 time the price of the pi zero W I have it connected to. 3 times the price of the original $5 pi zero.4Great! Awesome device, works great with my raspberry pi devices 5LOVE IT...WILL BUY MORE FOR SPARE.WAOOOOOOO...ALL WORK PERFECT....ETHERNET PORT, USB HUB AND CHARGING PORT...ALL AT ONCE....NOW I CAN USE MY NVIDIA SHIELD TABLET LIKE A COMPUTER...CAN CONECT MI IPHONE TO IT, WIRELESS KEYBOARD AND MOUSE, FAST INTERNET SPEED AND THE BEST PART, PLUG IT TO THE AC POWER SUPLY.5Works on both Android phone and Win 10 Tablets Works on both Android phone and Win 10 Tablets 5Five Stars Everything OK. 5Bought out of necessity, loved for it's features.I bought this for my Raspberry Pi Zero since it only has a single micro USB port for power and a single micro USB port for peripherals. I was was so happy when I figured out that you don't need to use a separate power adapter for your Pi Zero when you use the power adapter for this hub/dongle. One peripheral and it provides power, Ethernet connectivity and allows you to connect three USB devices directly.If I had to gripe about something it would be about the dongle's power cable which is USB A on one end and a typical cylindrical connector on the other. It would have been if all you needed was another micro USB cable so you don't have to worry about losing the one provided.5Didn't work with the Amazon Echo Show Generation 2I purchased this device to provide wired Ethernet to my Amazon Echo Show 2nd generation unit. Several people said they had the sister adapter -- "Micro USB Ethernet Adapter with USB OTG Hub Compatible TV Stick, Chromecast Ultra/2/1/Audio, Google Home Mini (RJ45 LAN Wired Internet)" -- working with the Echo Shows 2nd gen. I decided to "upgrade" to this model.The Amazon Echo Show 2nd gen recognized the adapter, but when I plugged in the RJ45 plug all wired Ethernet devices on the network stopped working. I verified the adapter was causing the issue by performing the following steps:1) I had several other devices (2 Windows system, 1 tablet, and 1 phone) all ping the gateway (10.0.0.1) and they all got the error message "Request timed out" until2) I unplugged the RJ45 and the devices all started pinging again.3) I plugged in the RJ45 and the devices again get the above error message.4) I tried a different Ethernet / RJ45 cable.5) I tried a different port on my 16 port NetGear Hub.Amazon accepted the adapter back and I ordered the sister adapter -- "Micro USB Ethernet Adapter with USB OTG Hub Compatible TV Stick, Chromecast Ultra/2/1/Audio, Google Home Mini (RJ45 LAN Wired Internet)."NOTE (added on 6/24/2019): The replacement (sister adapter) works like a charm!!For those wondering why I want my Amazon Echo Show 2nd gen wired: Home automation, especially the router.Because of several disabilities, it is difficult for me to reach various places in my home. One of these areas is behind the furniture, where my ISP installed the router. Many times a year my router will need a power cycling to correct one error or another, but I can't reach it. Typically, I ask my caretaker or a neighbor to power cycle the router. I would like to be able to do this instead of asking someone to do it for me. After all don't we all want to be as independent as possible? Home automation is a great solution for the router, modem, and many other electrical devices (e.g. lights in other rooms, hallway lights, etc).Turn the router off is possible using the wireless network, but turning the router back on using the wireless network is not possible (as it is powered off). I found a wired (Ethernet) power plug, but want to do the Show before buying the wired plug ($100 or so).I'm giving this device 3 stars because it failed to work for me and using it (actively) took down my entire wired network. I don't know if it's the fault of this device, the Amazon Echo Show 2nd gen, or something else. I can't give something 5 stars I can't use nor keep. I also can't give it just 1 star, so 3 stars.3Works decently for Linux (Pi Zero) and Windows 10 (Lenovo Miix 2 8 Tablet)The Ethernet chip onboard is a Realtek RTL8152 and works out of the box on the Raspberry Pi 2/Pi Zeros (although for the $5 Pi Zero, you are spending $15 on it, which would bring you to Pi-B territory in terms of cost), and with a driver load, a Windows 10 Tablet (Lenovo Miix 2 8). You should have no issues with Android assuming that your device maker compiles Ethernet support into the distribution (most new ones leave it out, so make sure before you buy!). Performance is great and actually runs an USB2 speeds (so about 8 to 10 MBytes/sec). The device does not come with a charger since it'll just pull off the device supply, but you can easily pick one up - a 5 or 10w wall wart unit will do just fine. It can do power injection with the included cable (your mileage may vary, but mine comes with it, see the included photos below) via the hub to charge the device (see photos for Pi Zero and Lenovo Windows Tablet) although that being said, a good deal of devices that I know of will not accept power this way, so your mileage may vary. Overall, decent construction, works as advertised, can't ask for more than that.5This device literally caused an electrical fire, buy another brand! Returning this ASAP.I wish I could give this ZERO STARS. It was used as intended but quickly overheated and nearly started an electrical fire. It is now charred and I am lucky nothing else caught fire. It destroyed all 3 low power devices that were plugged into it. Nothing else was new. I replaced it with an Anker USB/ethernet hub, replaced the destroyed items (an Cat 5e cable, a USB Kinovo BT400, and a USB Canakit 802.11N Wifi adapter) and now everything is working fine. This thing tried to burn my house down. I got minor burns on my fingers while unplugging it to avoid a major fire. If I could take a picture of the terrible smell of an electrical fire I would.1Decencent device for purpose intended.Plastic housing, but okay. This item connected flawlessly to my older tablet that supports ethernet. However, I could only get 94 Mbps on a 300 Mbps internet. That is the tablet most likely as it is rated at 10/100 Mbps, same as the adapter. I could not find any USB micro adapters supporting faster, so mostly likely are none on that form factor. Wirelessly I am getting 220 Mbps so that will be what I will use mostly. My kindle fire did not support, wireless only. Not a bad device, hoping for better, but does what it says.3Exactly what I want Work great on samsung tab 10.5 5
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