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Pros: Uses USB3's speed to give you real gigabit Ethernet access.
Cons: Doesn't work with older laptops or OS's that don't have modern drivers (for the chip in this interface) installed. If this is your only USB Ethernet port then you might think about getting an older one that will work on a wider variety of computers.
Pros: Tiny. Red helps find it. Keeps electronic contacts covered when not in use.
Cons: The reader has a cap, which falls off in your pocket. It also has no way to attach a cord, lanyard, etc. It's smooth on all sides, so you can't ever attach it to anything. Given the tiny size, it would be a lot easier to find and keep handy if I could string it on my keychain like the tiny Kingston readers. If they had merely added a hole for a lanyard, and ran that through a hole in the cap so you can't lose the cap, that would've handled it -- but they didn't.