Summary: I use a Google Pixel (runs Chrome OS) which only has USB ports. Unfortunately this unit doesn't work although the Chromebook will support any driver less adapter but this one just doesn't cut it.
Summary: New In the box, I like these adapters, they work well for testing and use. I am an electrical engineer and work in factory automation and control. You can take a 4 of these mount them in a cabinet connect them to a hub load the driver on a server and have 4 more IP networks without shutting down a server to install more ethernet cards. Or having to reconfigure server software.
Summary: needed it on a little netbook that didn't have a lan port, plugged it in an debian instantly recognized it. Pros: Small, light, integrated cable, linux out of box support. Cons: non so far Note the one I recieved was a revision C, only Revision B an C work with linux from what I've read.
Summary: We got one to connect laptops without an ethernet port to our wired home network. It worked fine with MAC OS X and Windows 7, no problems with installation. But only a couple of months after we got it, the wires are pulled partway out of the adapter and it has stopped working. Many similar adapters have a thickened section where a wire connects, but this adapter does not and the wire appears to have broken as a result.
Summary: We've used at least fifty of the previous item with this model number. They work. I ordered one of these since I needed another. It never worked. Tried on Linux, Windows 7, Windows XP. I think that we got winxp to notice it. However, it never was more than an entry in the USB table. In short, defective. Now, I read a lot of reviews on Amazon that say the same thing.