There’s nothing worse than sitting down to stream a movie only to have it repeatedly freeze because other people in your home are clogging up your Wi-Fi. What you might not know, however, is that there’s a simple accessory that can make sure that never happens to you again. If you have a Fire TV Stick or an All-New Fire TV, there’s a simple accessory that you should buy immediately. It’s called the UGREEN Ethernet Adapter, and it adds an Ethernet port to your streaming device to give you wired internet speeds 100% of the time. Is your home not wired for Ethernet? Don’t worry, just pick up a powerline internet adapter like this one and you can convert your regular old wall outlets into Ethernet ports in about 2 seconds!
Here are some key details from the product page:
- Stable Network: Enables your Chromecast and Chromecast ultra and other Micro USB TV sticks to ethernet for faster and more stable internet access, put an end to weak WiFi signal 【NOTE: 1. Works for TV Sticks supporting ethernet through micro usb port showed in the 5th photo 2.Does not support fire stick gen 1, cellphone or tablet】
- Faster Internet Connection: RJ45 provide a speed of full 10/100 Mbps ethernet performance and the Micro USB 2.0 at 480Mbps for faster and more reliable Internet access
- Practical Ethernet Adapter: Best solution for congested wifi, poor wireless signal, no wireless router at home, old wireless router only supporting 802.11b, poor network performance of Chromecast and other tv sticks
- Plug & Play: Driver-free, don’t need to install any driver program for the ethernet adapter, simply plug and play; You just plug it in, then it works. No channel issues, no frequency issues, no interference issues, no security type issues
- 3.3ft USB Power Cable & Micro USB Cable: No worry about your ethernet adapter cable is not long enough and is hung in the air making your ethernet connecting be loose by greavity
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