Inateck 3 Ports USB HUB Ethernet Adapter

Inateck have kindly sent over a three Port USB 3.0 adapter with Gigabit ethernet network adapter. This simple connector makes life on the move a little more tolerable for the user by combing 2 USB 3.0 ports for the every growing arsenal of peripherals alongside a rather important Ethernet network connector for those who might have a laptop without one built in. Certainly most do however some, like my personal Acer C720 Chromebook, happen to be missed one and as a back up when a wireless signal is not terribly reliable or non-existent an Etnernet adapter is almost essential.

● Supports up to 1000Mbps and downwards compatible with 10/100Mbps.
● Support IEEE 802.3az (Energy Efficient Ethernet). Compatible with IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.3ab.
● Supports full duplex operation with IEEE 802.3x flow control and half duplex operation with back-pressure flow control.
● Usage of highly robust ABS plastic during production, compact and light structure, high mobility and flexibility, stable composition.
● USB 3.0 super speed (theoretical maximum transfer of up to 5 Gbps), complete utilisation of Gigabit ethernet connection resources. Supports IPv4/IPv6 protocols, dual channel transfer mode, automatic transfer and data stream reversing regulation.
● Supports Hot Swap and Plug & Play at all USB ports, simple and intuitive handling. Theoretical transfer speed of up to 5 Gbps (The actual transmission speed is limited by the setting of the device connected), reciprocal compatibility with USB 2.0/1.1/1.0.


Craig Walkup says:

So, from what I saw, you have one side of the ethernet cable connected to the usb hub, and so, what is the other side if the ethernet cable connected to?

Dominic Abrams says:

glad he answers his bloody questions lol

Jonathan Barnes says:

Can you use this on say a phone or a tablet? Or even something like a playstation vita? Also can you use the 3 usb ports to connect the ethernet to more device’s? Or are they just for storage devices and mouses?

john vines says:

can you connect other devices to the usb port and get internet on it? like Iphone for example.

Tk Muns says:

Is the inatek with micro sd card slot any good? I’ve had my eye on it since the back end of last year and I’m not sure it it’s a worthwhile purchase when comparing it to their multi in 1 usb otg offering. Your feedback is much appreciated.

Retreat Thunder says:

i need a adapter because my computer supports 2.0 usb and i need a 3.0 usb port need help know any adapters

Michael DelPapa says:

Great video, I thought i would need to download a driver for my chromebook but didn’t need to. Keep up the good content.

John Valler says:

Nice review, but
Can I connect the usb male (the one with the cable) to a power supply, so I do not need at pc to get power for the hub?
I would like to be able to connect my iPad to the net via ethernet (and not wifi) to get more speed and stability (not impressed with the ipad air 2 wifi range.

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