Summary: I purchased this unit overseas as Belkin to not sell it in australia but it failed a few months after purchase, the system will see the unit but shows no ethernet cable connected, this was replaced and now my replacement unit is doing the same thing. :(
Summary: I used one of these for a year or so with an old VIA mini-ITX motherboard that only had 100Mbit Ethernet. This widget was literally plug and play with Debian Etch (like I said, it was a while back).
Summary: My company just purchased 20 of these units to use for a deployment of MacBook Airs that will need to have an image pushed out via DeployStudio. We purchased this unit based on the posting here using them as a test. [...
Summary: I was pleased to discover that this ethernet adapter works out of the box with Mac OS X 10.7 (Lion). Performance was good for a device that tries to shove 1 Gbps of data over an interface rated for 480 Mbps.
Works Great on Windows 7 64bit - Hate The Blue Lights Though!
Jack M. Maiher, Amazon
16 April 2011
Summary: Let me preface this review by stating that owning & using a computer should require a license of some sort. I constantly read poor reviews on products from people who have no idea what they're talking about. If you don't understand how something works - don't blame the makers of it.
Summary: I bought this for my Macbook Air (2010, 13"). I was use to having gigabit ethernet from my Macbook Pro. Especially when copying multi-gigabyte files over, 802.11n, even with multi-channel just isn't fast enough for my liking.