Use an Ethernet adapter to hook up your Dell XPS 15 to a wired network

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Dell's XPS 15 is a stunning laptop, but for the company to create such a good-looking notebook, the company had to ditch a few ports traditionally found on a portable PC, including the LAN port. To hook up your Dell XPS 15 to a wired network, you'll need to pick up one of these handy little accessories.
[h=3]USB-A[/h][h=4]StarTech USB-A 3.0 to Ethernet[/h]
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This adapter is compatible with 10/100/1000mbps networks and will even remind you that speeds are at least twice as fast when used with USB 3.0 if using a slower USB 2.0 port. It's not cheap but it does offer some impressive speeds for browsing websites at a lightning-fast pace.

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