RPi Zero microB OTG to USB and Ethernet Hub

RPi Zero microB OTG to USB and Ethernet Hub

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Unlike Raspberry Pi 3 Model B+ and Raspberry Pi 4 Model B, Raspberry Pi Zero does not have Ethernet and USB ports. If you still want to use those features, this product can fulfill your need. This is a perfect way to add USB ports and network connectivity to your Raspberry Pi Zero. We've tested this adapter and this one is the best! Just plug and play, no driver is needed to use it on Raspberry Pi Zero.

By using this product, you can easily expand the connectivity of your Pi allowing you to connect keyboards, mice, WiFi dongles, and other USB devices while also having a super-handy Ethernet port for wired network connectivity. Need to access the content on your pendrive? No problem. Just plug-in your pendrive into one of those USB ports and you can access it. Besides, this RPi Zero microB OTG to USB and Ethernet Hub is robustly constructed with good cable strain relief. 

Stunned by our custom made Raspberry Pi Zero case? You can get those Blue Raspberry Pi Zero case and also Official Raspberry Pi Zero case at our store too.

Note: Raspberry Pi Zero and its case are not include in the packing list.


  • Compact, lightweight and portable
  • Three port bus-powered USB 2.0 hub
  • One Ethernet adapter (~12MB/s on the Raspberry Pi)
  • Strong enclosure with cable strain relief
  • Low power consumption


  • Color: White
  • Dimensions: 77mm x 38mm x 14mm

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  • 1 x RPi Zero microB OTG to USB and Ethernet Hub
Pretty sure that’s using the Davicom DM9601 chipset. Well supported in Linux, but again it’s a USB 1.1 device regardless of that sticker that says USB 2.0. ( Jacob Gomez, 28/01/2020 )
Hi, for further inquiries, you may drop an email to support@cytron.io Thanks :)
I am using this same exact model. May I know how you obtained ~12MB/s on the Raspberry Pi?

I tested this on my Pi Zero using "wget" command and I only get around 100KB/sec.
( Suresh, 28/01/2020 )
Hi, for further inquiry, you may email to support@cytron.io  Thanks :)

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Tags: Ethernet dongle, Zero, USB dongle, OTG