High Speed ​​USB 2.0 to Ethernet RJ45 Network LAN Adapter Card Dongle 100Mbps for Tablet PC, Notebook

Good evening everyone. Having recently read an overview of the device that allows you to connect a network cable to the USB port of redlightgreen.org/blog/aliexpress/10564.html, I decided to write my own. The adapter came to me on the 16th of October for 24 days (RA508803554CN). I ordered it spontaneously, more than once disappointed by reading reviews on the mouse (many wrote that in 4 out of 5 cases, you could run into USB 1.1). But it was too late to retreat.

Picked up at the post office yellow small package, hurriedhome. Having opened it, I discovered the blister with an adapter that was habitually rolled up into a puppy (I didn’t take a photo, because you’ll never see anything new). After extracting from the pimple captivity, the blister itself appeared before me with the culprit of the review.

As you can see, there are small dents, but not fatal.
But the cover photo separately:

Extract this handsome blond man from the package and immediately put next to the measuring standard:
Additional Information

The cable is short, but in my opinion, longer and not necessary.
We connect to the computer:

and the system happily announces detectionnew device. But it was not there. Device not installed. The adapter was defined in the system as Asix AX88X72A. Oh yeah, I forgot to mention that there was no disc in the kit (although the seller has a photo of the disc). Well, okay, we are unpretentious people, go to the off.site and take the necessary driver from this page www.asix.com.tw/products.php?op=pItemdetail&PItemID=97;71;101. We install firewood and the adapter is already determined without X. AX88772A

When the device is active, a blue LED inside the case flashes.

Next, we go to speedtest.net and measure the speed several times (do not pay attention to the ping, the provider performs some technical work):
Through adapter

Speed ​​when the cable is connected directly to the laptop

Surprisingly, the Internet speed turned out to be higher when connected via an adapter ...
Additional photos of the device

And a small video with a flashing LED:
In general, the adapter caused only positive impressions, and if we summarize, then we get:
- Beautiful appearance
- Compactness
- Blue flashing LED (although some would most likely attribute to shortcomings)
- Although the presence of a short, but still cable
- and most importantly SPEED!
- The lack of a disk with firewood (minus so-so, but if you bought this adapter because of a broken network card, then it may give you a little piggy).
That seems to be all. The first review, so I’m glad to accept your constructive criticism.
P.S. Most likely, you have noticed that the seller’s photo has packaging from another model (which, judging by the reviews on Muska, has USB 1.1, therefore, in my opinion, this is not a case for complaints to the seller)