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I/O Crest SY-ADA24005 USB 2.0 Ethernet Adapter
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ASIX AX88772A chipset
Could download drivers here: senhai.us/AX88772A.zipNo driver install required (drivers built in) for Windows 8, Surface Pro 1/2, Mac OS Lion 10.7+, Nintendo Wii, Wii U, Linux 2.6.12+, ChromeBook, Chumby.
On Windows 7, Vista 32/64-bit drivers are automatically provided via Windows Update.
Windows XP, 2000, ME, and 98SE require driver install via download or included disk. Mac OS X 10.5 - 10.6 drivers via download.
Works with All Apple MacBook Air, Macbook, Macbook Pro, iMac and Mac Models - Replacement for MC704ZM/A
Works with Android "Stick Computers" such as MK802, MK808 and UG802,just connect it to a Micro-USB-OTG and Mini-USB-OTG by adding OTG Adapter cable. Some Sticks may need a powered USB hub.
Compliant with USB Standards 1.0, 2.0, 3.0. This adapter is USB powered; no external power needed.NOTE:
Does not work with Android Phones. Will not work if Tablet manufacturers have not included an Ethernet (wired internet) capability in their version of the Android Operating System.
For this reason, the following ANDROID tablets can not use this adapter: Nexus 7-II, Samsung tablets, ACER, Lenovo, Sony, Coby-Kyros,Toshiba models "Thrive7", AT200" (ExciteLE), kindle fire
Not supported on ARM-based Windows, including Windows 8 "RT" Version, Surface RT and Surface 2 .Will not "Enable" a tablet that is not configured to work with Ethernet.
Faster and more reliable network access than typical 802.11 wireless networking (up to 2-3x as fast). Particularly helpful for web video, downloads, and streaming. Useful to replace a broken network port, participate on multiple networks, or give virtual machines their own physical network connection.
1* USB 2.0 Fast Ethernet Adapter (AX88772A)
1* Driver CD
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You'll find the drivers download in the bottom of the page, read the PDF manual, they explain pretty well how to install, and even how to check if your adapter is the one they expect. Avoid downloading drivers from blogs os sharing sites, they might contain malware, getting it from the chip maker will reduce the risk, even if it isn't 100% safe.