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Short tests: adapters for Ethernet, WLAN socket and Radeon entry-level graphics card

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We tested the Gigacopper G4201TM and G4202T adapters, the Hama Mini WLAN socket and the Asrock Radeon RX 6400 Challenger ITX graphics card.

This week we’re bringing the Internet to all kinds of rooms, switching devices on and off smartly and improving the PCs in the home office. In our short tests, we present an adapter for the Ethernet, an adapter and a quiet graphics card.

the Adapters from Gigacopper Networks send gigabit-fast data via telephone or coax lines. So you get a fast data line in rooms that are far away from the router – without pulling a LAN cable. This is now also possible with more than two devices via a telephone line. Hamas small WiFi socket called Mini for the smart home switches electricity consumers on or off manually, by voice control or automatically. It also reliably checks whether the connected device is still running.

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If you don’t need a (3D) graphics card, but want to pimp a computer in your home office, you can use the entry-level graphics card Asrock Radeon RX 6400 Challenger ITX to grab. It is economical, compact and very quiet at 0.2 sone – so the fan does not distract you from your work.

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