Ethernet Adapter for TV Stick 4K Cube, Google Chromecast with OTG Cable Micro USB HUB


Price: $13.99
(as of Mar 22,2020 15:34:33 UTC – Details)

Product Description


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Ethernet and USB Hub Compatible with Amazon All-New Fire TV Stick, TV Cube, Chromecast Ultra / 2 / 1 / Audio, Google Home Mini

Using Steps:

1, Connect Ethernet adapter to your TV stick

2, Plug DC cable into DC hole and connected 5V 2A wall charger

3, Please wait a moment, then to enjoy with your TV time

Please NOTE: There has blue light to sparkle in the middle of the USB hub when it’s working. you can plug an external USB device into it if you think that was disturbed to you.

Adds Wired LAN and USB OTG to Fire TV Stick

OTG Hub powered

OTG Hub powered



durable quality

durable quality

Power the Hub Through 5V DC

Compare to other brands Ethernet adapter, USB 2.0 Hub is an additional function, which per hub slot have 500mA power, support OTG function, work with the keyboard, mouse, USB Bluetooth receiver, SSD, USB flash disk and other USB 2.0 device

5 Feet DC Cable Supply Power to 3 USB Hub

USB to DC power cable which plugs USB A into a 5V 2A USB wall charger for supply power to 3 USB hub

The package included a long power DC cable. (1.5 meters / 5 feet), wall charger not included

Enhanced Connection

Stable and enhanced connection for durable to use. it was passed pulling tension test


LAN adapter compatibility – Fire TV Stick with Alexa Voice Remote (2nd Gen — 2016 release), all-new Amazon Fire TV (2017 release), Fire TV Cube; Shark Roku TV; Chromecast Ultra/2/1/Audio, Google Home Mini
2 USB 2.0 Hub – allows streaming stick to access and store apps and files on an external USB flash drive; works with mouse, keyboard, SSD, momery card reader to transfer data (Note: orange USB is only for power output)
Supports 10/100M Internet speed
5V DC-in power cord – It’s an external power which is supply power to 3 hub
Easy to set up – 1. Connect the Ethernet/HUB adapter with Fire TV stick; 2. Plug network cable into Ethernet/HUB adapter; 3. Connect our USB DC cable with your 5V 2A wall charger


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