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Pros: It fits my Nexus 7 just right. There is just enough room to also slip in a small stylus. The pouch is padded to help absorb minor bumps. The inside and outside of the pouch has a soft fuzzy feel to it.
Cons: No cons really. It is simply a pouch to put the tablet in.
Other Thoughts: It fits the Nexus 7 just right. I do not think that it will fit a Nexus 7 in a leather case that you put in the pouch. Since the pouch is made of fabric, I might give the outside a spray of fabric protector such as scotchgard.READ FULL REVIEW
This review is from: Plugable USB 2.0 to 10/100 Fast Ethernet LAN Wired Network Adapter for Macbook, Chromebook, Windows 8 and Earlier, Surface Pro, Wii, Wii U, Linux, and Specific Android Tablets (ASIX AX88772 chipset)
Pros: The "Plugable" device allowed me to connect my Google Nexus 7 2012 version to a wired LAN. I used an OTG cable, the Plugable device, and a cat 5 cable.
Cons: I want to mention that an included driver disk comes on a mini-CD. That's mini, not full size CD. However, you can also download drivers from their web site.
Other Thoughts: I hooked my cat 5 cable directly to my router and it worked fine. This did not require any drivers to be loaded.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Installed on an old A7N8X motherboard. This is an Nforce2, single core Athlon system. Old stuff for sure! Downloaded latest drivers from Rosewill. My router now shows a gigabit connection. Seems to be working OK.
Cons: Nothing to report for now.
Other Thoughts: I hope the heat sync tape holds on.READ FULL REVIEW