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Does not work with Nintendo Switch.
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The new slim laptops don't come with one. You don't think you'll ever need it until you have to troubleshoot a wifi problem
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Thank you! Bought one at full price before and now am getting another one at the discount!
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Just curious, what are people using these for now?

I remember using these (or other external ethernet) years back when laptops might not have had a built-in port (or only 10/100), buy I haven't had a laptop/notebook without gigabit port in a while.

So are mostly for older legacy LT's/PC or used for gaming boxes?
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Just curious, what are people using these for now?

I remember using these (or other external ethernet) years back when laptops might not have had a built-in port (or only 10/100), buy I haven't had a laptop/notebook without gigabit port in a while.

So are mostly for older legacy LT's/PC or used for gaming boxes?
If you have a NAS drive you will need it sometime. Especially if your laptop doesn't have one.
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Just curious, what are people using these for now?

I remember using these (or other external ethernet) years back when laptops might not have had a built-in port (or only 10/100), buy I haven't had a laptop/notebook without gigabit port in a while.

So are mostly for older legacy LT's/PC or used for gaming boxes?
The new slim laptops don't come with one. You don't think you'll ever need it until you have to troubleshoot a wifi problem
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Does not work with Nintendo Switch.
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Thank the lord for telling us. Almost spent $8
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Just curious, what are people using these for now?

I remember using these (or other external ethernet) years back when laptops might not have had a built-in port (or only 10/100), buy I haven't had a laptop/notebook without gigabit port in a while.

So are mostly for older legacy LT's/PC or used for gaming boxes?
Also good if you are playing with alternate OSes and the initial installation does not properly configure your wifi. For example some Linux distros, Apple bootcamp (Windows 10 wants to connect to internet, but before bootcamp drivers are installed). These are just handy to have around.
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Uses a Realtek chip. In my experience, the ones with the ASIX chipsets have built-in drivers available for more OSes if you want to have one for use in an emergency when you don't want to be hunting for drivers.
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Just curious, what are people using these for now?

I remember using these (or other external ethernet) years back when laptops might not have had a built-in port (or only 10/100), buy I haven't had a laptop/notebook without gigabit port in a while.

So are mostly for older legacy LT's/PC or used for gaming boxes?
Good for smart TV which does not have RJ45.
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