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Discussion in 'Microsoft Surface Accessories' started by festus, Aug 18, 2013.
hi, I want to buy a etrhernet adapter for my surface pro. What will you recommend to buy?
Apple USB Ethernet Adapter - Apple Store (U.S.) this is the one!
I like it, but I prefer one With the usb 3.0 astandard.
This is what I'm using: StarTech.com USB 3.0 to Gigabit Ethernet NIC Network Adapter
Works great. I bought three of them -- one for me, two for Ladyfriend (home & office).
You dont need the usb 3.0, Apple knows what is best for you and your Surface Ethernet needs! Trust that the Ghost of Steve Jobs will protect you.
The one that Microsoft released for the Surface is supported in Pre-Boot to handle PXE and WOL Management which will be helpful if you are in an Enterprise Environment.
by the way. ie11 support for this site is not 100% like you promised. Esp with tpt2 using the software keyboard. it can be wonky.
That has more to do with the Atom CPU I would hazard to guess, as it works great on my ARM based machine and my IvyBridge Core i5 machine....
Its the built in Software keyboard that has the issues. It does this thing where it suddenly accepts only every 5th input and auto caps every other keypress. Its truly bizarre and it happens only when replaying to certain posts here. Some I could reply to some and others not a chance.
This is what I use and I don't leave home without it :
I have this one, usb 2.0 only, but works as a 3 port usb hub as well:
Amazon.com: ASUS USB Hub and Ethernet Port Combo: Computers & Accessories
I have the exact same one and the important attribute is that it is USB 3.0, so you get the best possible throughput.