Snet Technologies aims to provide faster wired network by taking advantage of the Ethernet cnectivity speeds with the Solo5G adapter uses USB-A, USB-C, or Thunderbolt ports the MacBook.
While all of Apple’s current desktop Mac have an Ethernet port, ne of their laptops do. Snet Technologies has launched an adapter that will allow the MacBook Pro and MacBook Air users to cnect to Ethernet networks via USB port-C port.
The Solo5G uses NBASE-T, a standard that provides 2.5 and 5 Gbit/sec speed Ethernet cabling existing.
Snet claims that when it is used with a support multigigabit or 10 Gigabit Ethernet, the Solo5G will deliver between 250% and 400% of the speed of regular Gigabit Ethernet the same cabling.
The Solo5G adapter is supplied with two 0.5-meter USB-C USB-C and USB-C USB-cables. Snet also offers an installati program for Mac which it claims is unique prevents users from having to cfigure it via the Terminal.
Snet Technologies Solo5G is now available for$ 79.99.
The Solo5G follows the recent Thunderbolt 3 card er, and a similar USB to Ethernet adapter for QNAP.