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USB-C Gigabit Ethernet Adapter £7.51 @ CPC Farnell

£7.51 @ CPC Farnell
Turns a USB 3.1 Type C port into an RJ45 port; ideal for computers with no available Ethernet port. Gigabit RJ45 network connection Plug and play design, no software required Twisted pair crossover… Read More
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4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago
Turns a USB 3.1 Type C port into an RJ45 port; ideal for computers with no available Ethernet port.
Gigabit RJ45 network connection
Plug and play design, no software required
Twisted pair crossover detection and auto-correction (HP Auto-MDIX)
Supports Wake-on-LAN and RealWoW! technology
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1 Like #1
Handy, I may get one for the sake of it. USB3 works fine for gigabit ethernet from my tests on the cheap sub £5 I got from CPC but this will allow me to use either port on my ultrabook
2 Likes #2
No USB hub? I'd rather get one with a standard USB A plug and an adaptor for a similiar price.
#3
Would this work to give an ethernet connection to an android phone/tablet with usb c?
1 Like #4
umirza85
Would this work to give an ethernet connection to an android phone/tablet with usb c?

The device would need the right drivers (plug and play just means they use a driver that's pre-installed on a lot of OSes) and ideally a USB 3.1 device, most android phones and tablets top out at USB 2 or 3.

So, yes, but if it stumbles at requirement 1 it won't work, if it stumbles at requirement 2 you'll get reduced performance (still over 100mbit/s probably).
#5
CampGareth
umirza85
Would this work to give an ethernet connection to an android phone/tablet with usb c?
The device would need the right drivers (plug and play just means they use a driver that's pre-installed on a lot of OSes) and ideally a USB 3.1 device, most android phones and tablets top out at USB 2 or 3.
So, yes, but if it stumbles at requirement 1 it won't work, if it stumbles at requirement 2 you'll get reduced performance (still over 100mbit/s probably).
Thanks!
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