Tuesday, September 04, 2007
USB To Ethernet Adapter For Macs
EXCLUSIVE USB To Ethernet Adapter
Save a costly motherboard repair for your Apple All In One iMac, eMac, Mac Mini, or your iBook & Powerbook, MacBook or MacBook Pro
I personally use this adapter on my MacBook so I don't have to plug in my ethernet cable ... I just use a USB hub with two of these adapters so one can be hooked to the internet and one cable can be hooked to a network printer. I don't have to worry about IP addresses or the constant plugging and unplugging ruining my laptop's broadband connection. The USB also stands an intermediary for surges from the network as well.
I am the only one to offer this adapter for OS 9 (Classic) * PLEASE email me for details
This is for your surged ethernet/broadband port on your Apple computer
USB 2.0 ... backwards compatible with USB 1.1
Another great use is for network printers and NAS storage - have this plugged into a free USB port while accessing your network or broadband connection on your Ethernet port.
Your ethernet port does not have to be bad to use this adapter.
Get this in case of an emergency!
Comes complete with drivers in pack with manual/instructions
This adapter ONLY works with OS 9.2.2 with all updates applied OR Mac OS 10.3 (Panther) or Mac OS 10.4 (Tiger) and All versions of Windows that support USB
Note: this adapter does not work with OS 8.6 - 9.2.1 or 10 or 10.1 or 10.2
Best compatibility and guaranteed to work with Panther, Tiger, and Windows 2000, Windows Millenium, and Windows XP ... all other operating systems are not guaranteed ... but please email me for details.
I am the EXCLUSIVE eBay seller of this item!
I have sold nearly 500 of these over the last year!
* Item may vary slightly in appearance, but warranted for advertised functionality
I also warrant this to work with the Playstation 2 and Tivo! (you MUST mention that you need this function when ordering)
* Let me know if this adapter helps you or if you need any assistance!
* Currently I am experiencing issues with 10.4.10 - I hope to have an updated driver by Sept 15, 2007