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Add an Ethernet Port with the Diamond USB303HE and Leave Your Slow Internet in the Dust

Sure, these days internet connections can be fast. Well, sometimes. We all know that we can get some slow connections, which often times leads to half-hearted internet searches. That could lead to lost production or not viewing enough varied content.

I rely on my laptop a lot and most of the time I use it for surfing the web, but sometimes I wish it could be faster. That’s when I moved on and adapted to the world of 10/100/1000 Mbps network speed and started using the Diamond USB303HE. It’s a Super-Speed USB 3.0 Hub with Gigabit Ethernet Port.


Most new laptops and Ultrabooks don’t come with wired Ethernet ports to accommodate a thinner design. However this is a disadvantage to those who want more speed and reliability when it comes to internet speeds. The Diamond USB303HE is a great upgrade for people who solely rely on a 10/100 Mbps network. The USB303HE is 10/100/1000 Mbps which can greatly boost your web surfing. Just remember faster Ethernet equals faster internet.

It’s also an easy repair solution for systems with broken internal network adapters. Many users with broken or bad on-board Ethernet ports may send in their systems for repair which could get costly, or they may just get a new computer and dump the old one. The USB303HE is a low cost easy fix.

The Diamond USB303HE not only let’s you have access to Gigabit Ethernet, but is also a 3-port hub for any USB Plug-n-Play peripherals. Connect just about anything that has a USB 3.0 or 2.0 port, such as a mouse, keyboard, headphones, mic, printer and disk drives. It’s fully compatible with laptops, Ultrabooks, desktop PCs and Macbooks.


Again, I really love the way I can combine a much faster internet experience and set up a nice workstation with my laptop. The Diamond USB303HE and many other really cool multimedia devices are available at: www.diamondmm.com.



2018-03-28T18:10:07-07:00January 30th, 2018|Docking Station, Networking|0 Comments