Wired Gigabit network from USB courtesy of Sandberg

by MaddOx
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A new Gigabit adapter from Sandberg enables wired networking on computers with no Ethernet port. 

All that’s needed is a USB 3.0 port, which is available on virtually all computers. The new adapter is quite simply an external network card, which supplies both power and data from the USB 3.0 port. 

The only network connection on many computers these days, especially laptops, is via Wi-Fi. A wired network has many advantages:

  • Faster
  • No connection disruptions
  • Greater security

There are also many companies that only have wired connections in the workplace. Therefore, this new adapter allows employees to choose from several different types of laptops, as an Ethernet port is no longer a requirement for a new computer. 

Anders Petersen, Brand Director at Sandberg A/S, explains:

We have had a 100 Mbit adapter on the market for several years – and this is very successful. We, therefore, have similarly high expectations of this new, 1000 Mbit adapter.

The adapter is already on its way to dealers. Search for a local dealer at www.sandberg.it

USB3.0 Gigabit Network Adapter

Sandberg's Gigabit adapter showing in box and outside box, the adapter is coloured white with a black Sandberg logo

Item no.: 133-90
RRP incl. VAT: £23.99


  • USB 3.0 interface 
  • USB A male connector 
  • RJ45 female network connector 
  • Half/full-duplex 10/100/1000 Mbps operation 
  • Self-adapting 10/100/1000 Mbps network 
  • Support Full Duplex Flow Control (IEEE 802.3X)

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