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Linux compatibility is very specific to Linux kernel, distro, and user options.

For the popular Raspberry Pi, check our page on compatible devices here.

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  • Pi and Coffee: Automate Your Morning with Plugable Bluetooth Switches and a Raspberry Pi January 29, 2015 It’s 6 am. Time to get up. Your favorite song starts playing. A dim light comes on next to the bed. A few minutes later a bright light jars you from sleep. Meanwhile the smell of fresh-brewed coffee wafts in from the kitchen. Welcome to another automated morning with your Raspberry Pi and some Plugable ...
  • Developing Custom Applications with our Plugable PS-BTAPS1 Bluetooth Switch December 19, 2014 Our new Plugable PS-BTAPS1 is perfect for many different home automation projects, however, we understand that our Android and iOS apps may not fit the bill for every project, and we wanted to provide a way for hobbyists and programmers to develop custom applications that are able to interact with the device. We have for ...
  • 20 Years of Linux December 17, 2014 Originally Published in Linux Journal Issue #239, March 2014 20 Years ago, 15 years before founding Plugable Technologies, Bernie Thompson wrote an article for the first issue of Linux Journal. Over the next twenty years, LJ published 4 more articles including this 20-year retrospective in March 2014. Thanks to Linux Journal’s generous terms allowing authors to ...
  • Throwback: Market Making for the Bazaar December 9, 2014 Originally Published in Linux Journal Issue #64, August 1999 20 Years ago, 15 years before founding Plugable Technologies, Bernie Thompson wrote an article for the first issue of Linux Journal. Over the next twenty years, LJ published 4 more articles including a 20-year retrospective in 2014. Thanks to Linux Journal’s generous terms allowing authors to keep ...
  • Throwback: Making Money in the Bazaar December 8, 2014 Originally Published in Linux Journal Issue #62, June 1999 20 Years ago, 15 years before founding Plugable Technologies, Bernie Thompson wrote an article for the first issue of Linux Journal. Over the next twenty years, LJ published 4 more articles including a 20-year retrospective in 2014. Thanks to Linux Journal’s generous terms allowing authors to keep ...
  • Throwback: The World Wide Web December 6, 2014 Originally published in Linux Journal Issue #3, June-July 1994 20 Years ago, 15 years before founding Plugable Technologies, Bernie Thompson wrote an article for the first issue of Linux Journal. Over the next twenty years, LJ published 4 more articles including a 20-year retrospective in 2014. Thanks to Linux Journal’s generous terms allowing authors to keep ...
  • Throwback: Linux vs. Windows NT and OS/2 December 6, 2014 Originally Published in Linux Journal Issue #1, March 1994 20 Years ago, 15 years before founding Plugable Technologies, Bernie Thompson wrote an article for the first issue of Linux Journal. Over the next twenty years, LJ published 4 more articles including a 20-year retrospective in 2014. Thanks to Linux Journal’s generous terms allowing authors to keep ...
  • How to switch to USB Audio on Raspberry Pi November 6, 2014 After publishing our updated Raspberry Pi hardware list, some elaboration is needed on how to use the USB-AUDIO adapter as your default playback device. This little how-to, should enable you to use the USB-AUDIO as default playback device.To get started, plug your USB-AUDIO into the Pi and run the following command: aplay -l Within the output you should ...
  • Raspberry Pi and Plugable Devices Updated for Winter 2014 October 23, 2014 Since our last post on which devices work best on the Raspberry Pi, we have had some new additions to the Plugable product line up. This post will include new products as well as the proven ones to have all information on one page. All tests were carried out on a Raspberry Pi Model B using ...
  • Plugable Launches Small, Durable USB to Audio Adapter for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chromebook Systems September 23, 2014 The new Plugable USB Audio Adapter is a compact, effortless solution for adding an external audio interface to nearly any computer or tablet. The adapter has separate standard 3.5mm receptacles for stereo headphones and microphones. It lets you easily USB enable your favorite analog headset or headphones, so you don’t need to compromise to get USB connectivity ...

Outside of some standard device classes (USB Hubs, USB HID, USB Mass Storage), many things are possible on Linux, but are often for advanced users only. In particular, anything related to graphics has a history of frequent change.

This is why we have no USB 2.0 graphics adapters for multiple monitors on the list below (even though they have support at the kernel level).

We provide some generic information below, but will also attempt to list specific Linux-based platforms where certain of our devices are particularly useful.

Our products that are compatible with Linux

  • Pi and Coffee: Automate Your Morning with Plugable Bluetooth Switches and a Raspberry Pi Pi and Coffee
    It’s 6 am. Time to get up. Your favorite song starts playing. A dim light comes on next to the bed. A few minutes later a bright light jars you from sleep. Meanwhile the smell of fresh-brewed coffee wafts in from the kitchen. Welcome to another automated morning with your Raspberry Pi and some Plugable ...
  • Developing Custom Applications with our Plugable PS-BTAPS1 Bluetooth Switch
    Our new Plugable PS-BTAPS1 is perfect for many different home automation projects, however, we understand that our Android and iOS apps may not fit the bill for every project, and we wanted to provide a way for hobbyists and programmers to develop custom applications that are able to interact with the device. We have for ...
  • 20 Years of Linux cover239
    Originally Published in Linux Journal Issue #239, March 2014 20 Years ago, 15 years before founding Plugable Technologies, Bernie Thompson wrote an article for the first issue of Linux Journal. Over the next twenty years, LJ published 4 more articles including this 20-year retrospective in March 2014. Thanks to Linux Journal’s generous terms allowing authors to ...
  • Throwback: Market Making for the Bazaar Screenshot of Cosource.com taken later in October, 2000
    Originally Published in Linux Journal Issue #64, August 1999 20 Years ago, 15 years before founding Plugable Technologies, Bernie Thompson wrote an article for the first issue of Linux Journal. Over the next twenty years, LJ published 4 more articles including a 20-year retrospective in 2014. Thanks to Linux Journal’s generous terms allowing authors to keep ...
  • Throwback: Making Money in the Bazaar cover62.small
    Originally Published in Linux Journal Issue #62, June 1999 20 Years ago, 15 years before founding Plugable Technologies, Bernie Thompson wrote an article for the first issue of Linux Journal. Over the next twenty years, LJ published 4 more articles including a 20-year retrospective in 2014. Thanks to Linux Journal’s generous terms allowing authors to keep ...
  • Throwback: The World Wide Web cover3.small
    Originally published in Linux Journal Issue #3, June-July 1994 20 Years ago, 15 years before founding Plugable Technologies, Bernie Thompson wrote an article for the first issue of Linux Journal. Over the next twenty years, LJ published 4 more articles including a 20-year retrospective in 2014. Thanks to Linux Journal’s generous terms allowing authors to keep ...
  • Throwback: Linux vs. Windows NT and OS/2 Features Provided
    Originally Published in Linux Journal Issue #1, March 1994 20 Years ago, 15 years before founding Plugable Technologies, Bernie Thompson wrote an article for the first issue of Linux Journal. Over the next twenty years, LJ published 4 more articles including a 20-year retrospective in 2014. Thanks to Linux Journal’s generous terms allowing authors to keep ...
  • How to switch to USB Audio on Raspberry Pi
    After publishing our updated Raspberry Pi hardware list, some elaboration is needed on how to use the USB-AUDIO adapter as your default playback device. This little how-to, should enable you to use the USB-AUDIO as default playback device.To get started, plug your USB-AUDIO into the Pi and run the following command: aplay -l Within the output you should ...
  • Raspberry Pi and Plugable Devices Updated for Winter 2014 Plugable Pi mhmmmm!
    Since our last post on which devices work best on the Raspberry Pi, we have had some new additions to the Plugable product line up. This post will include new products as well as the proven ones to have all information on one page. All tests were carried out on a Raspberry Pi Model B using ...
  • Plugable Launches Small, Durable USB to Audio Adapter for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Chromebook Systems main_256
    The new Plugable USB Audio Adapter is a compact, effortless solution for adding an external audio interface to nearly any computer or tablet. The adapter has separate standard 3.5mm receptacles for stereo headphones and microphones. It lets you easily USB enable your favorite analog headset or headphones, so you don’t need to compromise to get USB connectivity ...
  • Plugable USB Audio Adapter
    FeaturesTwo 3.5mm premium audio ports, one output and one microphone Transform your existing 3.5 mm stereo headphones, headset, speakers, or microphone into a USB device Leave connected to a USB hub or dock for easy access Bypass a faulty sound card or audio port Replace any broken USB audio adapter Adapter body is lightweight, durable black anodized metalProduct Description Learn more ...
  • Plugable USB 3.0 4-Port Bus Powered Hub
    Features4-port USB 3.0 bus powered hub (powered from USB port, no external power adapter) Built-in 12 inch USB cable Compatible with most Windows 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, Mac OS X, Linux (kernels 3.0 and later), and Unix systems Fully plug and play, no drivers required (individual devices / USB 3.0 host controller may require drivers), devices can ...
  • Plugable USB 2.0 7-Port Hub with 60W Power Adapter
    FeaturesStandard USB 2.0 7 Port Hub with 60W Power Adapter and support for the BC 1.2 charging standard Full compatibility with all USB 2.0/1.1 devices at highest native speeds (480/12/1.5 Mbps) No driver required on any platform: Works with all USB hosts and standard USB 2.0 hubs Fast Charging only with BC 1.2 compatible devices like Apple iPads ...
  • Plugable USB Bluetooth Adapter: Solving HFP/HSP and A2DP Profile Issues on Linux
    It has come to our attention that there are some issues on certain Linux systems with regards to using Headset Profile and Hands-Free Profile with our USB Bluetooth Adapters. The issue stems from a lack of support for these profiles on the Broadcom BCM20702 chipset found inside our device, unless a proprietary firmware file is loaded ...
  • Plugable USB 2.0 MicroSD Card Reader for Phone, Laptop, and Tablet
    Learn morePlugable’s USB2-OTGTF enables using a single MicroSD card on devices with both full-size USB and micro USB connectors. This allows users to swap a single storage device between a wide array of devices like most popular Android phones and tablets– even those lacking MicroSD slots like– as well as traditional notebook and desktop PC’s. ...
  • Plugable Launches New USB 3.0 Switch for Sharing a Device or Hub Between Two Computers
    For several years, thousands of customers have enjoyed the functionality and flexibility of our best-selling USB 2.0 switch to share a device (or hub full of devices) between two PCs. For most simple, low-bandwidth devices such as a keyboard, mouse, or printer, the USB 2.0 switch is still an excellent, cost-effective choice. To meet the ...
  • Plugable USB 3.0 Sharing Switch
    Learn more FeaturesSave desk space with slim design. Simple passive USB switch for maximum compatibility Easy to install with plug-and-play convenience. No drivers required for the switch itself 1 “A” Port for connecting any USB 3.0, 2.0, or 1.1 device or hub which will be shared/switched 2 “B” Ports for connecting the switch to two hosts. Includes 2 USB ...
  • Plugable Launches New 10-Port USB Hub Family
    Plugable has had the top-selling 10-port USB 2.0 hub on Amazon for over 3 years — much of that time in the “top 100″ of all electronics. And over that period, we made many large and small improvements responding to customer feedback. That’s made the Plugable USB2-HUB10S a proven, rock-solid solution for giving your USB-capable computer ...
  • Plugable USB 3.0 10-Port Hub with 48W Power Adapter
    Features10-port USB 3.0 self powered hub with robust 48W (12V, 4A) UL certified power adapter (US/UK/EU AC wall outlet plug options, 100-240V 50/60Hz) Compatible with most Windows 8.1, 8, 7, Vista, XP, Mac OS X, Linux (kernels 3.0 and later), and Unix systems Fully plug and play, no drivers required (individual devices / USB 3.0 host controller ...
  • DisplayLink USB 2.0 Graphics Adapters on Linux – 2014 Edition
    A little over a year ago I wrote a blog post discussing the state of USB Graphics on Linux systems, specifically, Fedora 18. What follows is an update on the situation, looking at both Fedora 20 and Ubuntu 13.10, and examining how far we have come, and how far we still have to go. The short ...
  • Using the Plugable USB-BT4LE Bluetooth Adapter with the Raspberry Pi
    Using a Bluetooth adapter with your Raspberry Pi opens up a whole new world of possibilities. You can connect a Bluetooth keyboard a mouse, send music to Bluetooth headphones or music receiver, or delve into the exciting world of Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) applications. The best part is that it is really easy. If you are ...
  • Plugable Storage System USB 3.0 Dual 2.5″ SATA Drive Dock pss-dd1_128
    Insert 2.5″ SATA hard disk or solid state drives into the interchangeable Plugable Storage System docks and connect with any USB 3.0 or USB 2.0 Computer, or use the standalone disk cloning function of the PSS-DD1. Supports connecting via SuperSpeed USB 3.0 — up to 10x as fast as USB 2.0. Each unit is ...
  • Plugable Storage System USB 3.0 2.5″ SATA Drive Dock with 3-Port USB Charger pss-sdc1_128
    Insert 2.5″ SATA hard disk or solid state drives into the interchangeable Plugable Storage System docks and connect with any PC with USB 3.0 or USB 2.0, or charge USB devices. Supports connecting via SuperSpeed USB 3.0 — up to 10x as fast as USB 2.0. Each unit is backward compatible with USB 2.0/1.1, ...
  • A better way to store all that data
    Checkout the full line of products for Plugable Storage System More of us are juggling several devices. And our new, smaller computers are coming with smaller drives (like the 128GB drive size on the Apple Macbook Air and Microsoft Surface Pro). So if you’re someone who manages a lot of data – photos, music, movies, backups, ...
  • Plugable Storage System USB 3.0 2.5″ SATA Drive Dock with USB 3.0 3-Port Hub pss-sdh1_128
    Insert 2.5″ SATA hard drive or solid state drives into the interchangeable Plugable Storage System docks and connect with any USB 3.0 or USB 2.0 Computer. Supports connecting via SuperSpeed USB 3.0 — up to 10x as fast as USB 2.0. Each unit is backward compatible with USB 2.0/1.1, and includes a protective case ...
  • Plugable’s new Gigabit USB 3.0 Network adapter
    Focusing on performance, power efficiency, and cross-platform support, Plugable is pleased to announce the availability of our USB3-E1000 Gigabit Ethernet adapter!A must have for any frequent traveler with a Apple MacBook or a Windows based UltraBook lacking a built-in Ethernet port, the USB3-E1000 is designed to fit easily in a travel case with no removable ...
  • Fedora 18 and DisplayLink USB 2.0 Graphics Adapters
    With the recent release of Fedora 18, we have been testing the many changes and improvements to the DisplayLink software stack that have landed for this latest version of the popular open-source distribution. A large amount of work has gone into improving functionality and ease of use with DisplayLink USB Graphics devices. Most of these ...
  • Plugable USB 3.0 Aluminium 6-Slot Memory Card Reader USB3-CARD6A
    USB 3.0 media card reader offers drastically improved connection speeds compared to older USB 2.0 card readers. Attractive, durable brushed aluminum finish supports most common media card types: CF, SD, SDXC, SDHC, MicroSD, XD, MemoryStick, MMC, M2. Flashing activity LED indicates file transfer in process. USB Bus Powered: no external AC power supply required. Share ...
  • Plugable USB 3.0 SATA Lay Flat Hard Drive Dock USB3-SATA-UASP1 Hard Drive Dock
    Universal hard disk or solid state drive docking station supports latest UASP high speed transfer protocol and large “Advanced Format” drives. Minimize time spent waiting for backups and in data recovery scenarios with USB 3.0 SuperSpeed connection to PC- also backwards compatible with USB 2.0 systems. Supports both 2.5″ and 3.5″ drives. Share this:FacebookLinkedInTwitterRedditMoreStumbleUponPinterestTumblrEmailGoogle
  • Plugable USB 2.0 USB Microscope micro_128
    See amazing detail on any Windows or Mac PC with USB 2.0 ports with the Plugable USB Microscope. A fun, unique, and educational gift idea, the USB2-Micro-200X features optical zoom from 1x-50x, and Digital Zoom up to 200x. 8 Leds with dimmer for fine tuning illumination enable shooting in the dark, and MicroCapture ...
  • Raspberry Pi and Plugable Devices
    We recently received a Raspberry Pi at the Plugable offices and we have been using it to test how our various devices interact with it. The Raspberry Pi has 2 USB 2.0 Ports, and no USB 3.0 ports, so our testing was focused on USB 2.0 devices and a couple USB 3.0 storage devices. All of ...
  • A USB Hub that Works Well with the Raspberry Pi
    We’re excited to be launching our Plugable 7 Port High Speed USB 2.0 Hub with 3A Power Adapter in the UK today. Because of its best-in-class USB 2.0 hub controller chipset, this is a good choice for any computer where you need more ports — Mac, Windows, Linux, game consoles, and USB-capable tablets. With our ...
  • Plugable USB Kids Keyboard usb-ezk-g_128
    Sturdy, bright and easy to use design that works with any system supporting USB keyboards. Just plug in the USB cord and your keyboard is ready to use. Works with any version of Windows, Mac, Linux or other systems supporting USB HID keyboards. Share this:FacebookLinkedInTwitterRedditMoreStumbleUponPinterestTumblrEmailGoogle
  • Plugable USB 2.0 Flash Memory Card Reader treefrog_128
    Portable USB 2.0 Multi-Card reader supports SD, SDHC, mini SD, Micro SD (t-Flash), MS, MS Pro, MS Duo, MS Pro Duo, HS MS, MMC, RS-MMC and supports Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8, Mac OS X, Linux. Share this:FacebookLinkedInTwitterRedditMoreStumbleUponPinterestTumblrEmailGoogle
  • Plugable USB 3.0 7-Port Hub with 20W Power Adapter main_128
    USB 3.0 SuperSpeed 7 port powered hub (4amp power supply). Compatible with USB 3.0, 2.0, and 1.1 hosts and devices, features the latest VIA VL812 USB 3.0 hub chipset, updated with the latest firmware for maximum compatibility and performance on both Windows and OS X. Share this:FacebookLinkedInTwitterRedditMoreStumbleUponPinterestTumblrEmailGoogle
  • Plugable USB 2.0 Bluetooth Adapter bt_128
    USB 2.0 Bluetooth 4.0 LE adapter. Upgrades Bluetooth® support for Windows® XP and later, or Linux PCs and Raspberry Pi. Extremely compact USB adapter. Safe to leave in for laptop travel. Supports Bluetooth keyboards, mice, headsets, and more with no software installation, driver installation required to add support for Bluetooth stereo headsets ...
  • Plugable Basic USB Keyboard and Mouse Bundle (Extra Long Cables) kmb_128
    Slim, attractive and sturdy matching black keyboard and high-definition optical mouse that work with any system supporting USB keyboards and mice. Just plug in the USB cords and your keyboard and mouse are ready to use. Works with any version of Windows, Mac, Linux or other systems supporting USB HID keyboards and mice. Share this:FacebookLinkedInTwitterRedditMoreStumbleUponPinterestTumblrEmailGoogle
  • Plugable USB 2.0 Thin Client Full HD ud-160-a_128
    Enables many users to share a single computer – up to 14 thin clients for Windows; 7 for Linux. Connects via USB 2.0 (not via network), so it’s fully plug and play, low power, and low latency. Works with Windows Multipoint Server 2012, 2011, certain Linux distros such as Fedora 18, USB multiseat ...
  • Plugable USB 2.0 Active Extention Cable (5m/16′) usb2-5m_128
    Connect a USB device up to five meters from a USB port. Cable’s active repeater and premium shielding help ensure efficient data transfer via standard USB type-A male to type-A female connectors. Great for USB printers, speakers, scanners, displays, keyboards, etc. Use with your PS3 DualShock controller to play and charge at ...
  • Plugable USB 2.0 Sharing Switch usb2-switch2_128
    Want to share USB devices between 2 computers with the press of a button? The Plugable USB 2.0 Sharing Switch is the ideal soulution for sharing USB devices such as hubs, printers, pen and external drives, scanners, etc. (one computer has access to the shared device at a time). Requires no drivers and works with ...
  • Plugable USB 2.0 4-Port Hub with 12.5W Power Adapter usb2-hub4-bc_128
    USB 2.0 4-port hub with premium 2.5 A power supply charges BC 1.1 compliant devices at up to 3x normal rate (1.5A) also charges non-BC 1.1 devices at USB 2.0 standard rate: 500mA with PC on. See below for our current list of BC 1.1 compatible devices. Share this:FacebookLinkedInTwitterRedditMoreStumbleUponPinterestTumblrEmailGoogle
  • Plugable USB 3.0 4-Port Hub with 48W Power Adapter usb3-hub-81x4_128
    4-Port USB 3.0 powered hub (also backward compatible with all USB 2.0 hosts and devices). Simple, clean port layout (all ports on two sides) to avoid desktop clutter, includes 4A power adapter for full support of USB 3.0’s higher available 900mA per port power specification. Firmware upgradable VIA 81X hub controller for maximum ...
  • Plugable USB 2.0 2-Port Hub usb2-2port_128
    Turn one USB port into two with the Plugable USB2-2PORT. USB 2.0 complaint USB hub controller chipset is compatible with all USB 2.0 and 1.1 devices and supports data rates of 1.5/12/480 Mbps. USB bus powered for compact, in-line design to minimize cable clutte. Share this:FacebookLinkedInTwitterRedditMoreStumbleUponPinterestTumblrEmailGoogle
  • Plugable USB 2.0 Thin Client 1_128
    Connect many to a central PC to enable multiple users to share a computer (compatible multiseat OS required, not included). Standard VGA/D-Sub port supporting modes up to 1280×1024 / 1440×900, 3.5mm audio in/out, 2 USB. USB bus powered. 2 available USB ports powered for standard USB keyboard and mouse only (no high power devices). Includes ...
  • Plugable USB 2.0 Active Extention Cable (10m/32′) usb2-10m_128
    USB active repeater with premium 10m/32ft cable offers twice the cable length of standard USB extensions. Standard USB Type A male to type A female connectors enable connecting remote USB printers, speakers, scanners, displays, keyboards, etc. Not recommended for USB 2.0 video cameras or audio devices using isoch transfer protocols. Share this:FacebookLinkedInTwitterRedditMoreStumbleUponPinterestTumblrEmailGoogle
  • Plugable USB 2.0 10/100 Ethernet Adapter main
    Add a wired network connection to your Windows, Mac, or Linux system via USB 2.0/1.1. Widely compatible AX88772 chipset has built-in driver on all Google Chromebook systems running latest updates (Chrome OS), also compatible with all Wii and Wii U consoles. Powered through the USB connection; no power cord needed. Share this:FacebookLinkedInTwitterRedditMoreStumbleUponPinterestTumblrEmailGoogle
  • Plugable USB 2.0 7-Port Hub with 15W Power Adapter usb2-hub-ag7_128
    Need more USB ports, or a hub to power your Raspberry Pi? Expand your connectivity with this 7 port USB 2.0 hub. Features a 3A AC adapter to support even the most power-hungry USB 2.0 devices and easy to diagnose connectivity thanks to separate LEDs for hub power and each attached USB device. Share ...
  • Plugable USB 2.0 10-Port Hub with 12.5W Power Adapter usb2-hub10s_128
    Simple and clean design with ports on only two sides to minimize clutter. Two ports swivel to vertical position for easy access to flash drives. USB 2.0 high-speed interface to PC with 10 downstream ports with data rates up to 480Mbps. Terminus Technology chip set includes over-current detection and protection. Share this:FacebookLinkedInTwitterRedditMoreStumbleUponPinterestTumblrEmailGoogle
  • Plugable PCI Express to SuperSpeed USB 3.0 Two-Port Expansion Card pcie-usb3-sp_128
    Upgrade any Windows-based desktop to Super Speed USB 3.0 REQUIRES: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 or later, one free standard or low profile PCIe x1 slot. SPEED: Theoretical maximum speed of USB 3.0 is 5Gbs and PCI-e 1x is 4Gbs. Share this:FacebookLinkedInTwitterRedditMoreStumbleUponPinterestTumblrEmailGoogle
  • Plugable USB to RS-232 DB9 Serial Adapter (Prolific PL2303HX Chipset) pl2303-db9_128
    Allow any PC to connect to serial devices and programs that communicate through COM ports. PL-2303HX Rev D Chipset for high performance and compatibility across Windows, Mac, Linux, and other platforms. Powered by USB – no external power needed. Share this:FacebookLinkedInTwitterRedditMoreStumbleUponPinterestTumblrEmailGoogle
  • Plugable USB 2.0 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet Adapter usb2-e1000_128
    Plugable USB 2.0 to 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet LAN Network Adapter- drivers for Windows 7, Vista, XP, and Mac OS X 10.8-10.5, and Linux (built into kernel 3.2 and above). Share this:FacebookLinkedInTwitterRedditMoreStumbleUponPinterestTumblrEmailGoogle
  • Plugable USB 3.0 SATA Hard Drive Dock usb3-sata-u3_128
    Universal hard or solid state drive docking station supports latest UASP high speed transfer protocol and large “Advanced Format” drives. Minimize time spent waiting for backups and in data recovery scenarios with USB 3.0 SuperSpeed connection to PC- also backwards compatible with USB 2.0 systems. Supports both 2.5″ and 3.5″ drives. Share this:FacebookLinkedInTwitterRedditMoreStumbleUponPinterestTumblrEmailGoogle