Vinpox 7-in-1 USB-C Hub

With the race to find the best USB-C hub, I have ordered the Vinpox 7-in-1 USB-C Hub. With 2 USB-A ports, HDMI, SD, microSD, ethernet, and USB-C for power is this the hub you have been looking for?

How are You Identified Online

Internet protocol, or IP, is an identification number, a form of label for your computer.  Your computer is assigned a local and public IP which can either be static or dynamic. All of these words are described below...

Access Points: Wired Solutions

From your ISP to your modem. What is the most reliable method for connecting your computers? Ethernet. But it is much more than that there are powerline networks, ethernet hubs, and gateways. Click to learn about these wired internet solutions...

Access Point: Wireless Router

From your ISP to your modem. That's only one port for your whole home of many network enabled devices, some of which will not be able to access the ethernet port like a mobile phone or tablet. So how do you solve this problem? How do you give all of your wired and wireless enabled devices access to your home internet? Click to learn some solutions to this problem...

Internet Access Points

From your ISP to your modem. That's only one port for your whole home of many network enabled devices, some of which will not be able to access the ethernet port like a mobile phone or tablet. So how do you solve this problem? How do you give all of your wired and wireless enabled devices access to your home internet? Click to learn some solutions to this problem...

Ethernet

Which wire do you use to connect all of your wire enabled network devices? That's the ethernet cable. This is the cable you use to connect your modem to your router and router to your computer.

How are you Identified Online

Internet protocol, or IP, is an identification number, a form of label for your computer.  Your computer is assigned a local and public IP which can either be static or dynamic. All of these words are described below...

Basics to a Home Network

There are many parts to a home network, including your ISP which sends their connection to a modem or gateway, which then sends data to your router, which then talks to your computer. Wow thats a lot of links. One break in link and you may not be getting internet to your computer.