Summary: According to the guys at NewEgg, in order to get Bluetooth 4.0 working, you need to hook up one of your motherboard USB2 leads to the receptacle on this board. It should come with the cable in the package. https://www.youtube.com/watch?
Pros: Installation was about as expected. No surprises.
Cons: Drops connections when the computer goes to sleep on ASRock Motherboard. The User must reset the disable then enable the wireless connection in order for the adapter to be able to connect again. Attempted Upgrading the dirvers multiple times and adjust the power settings to no avail. A quick search on Wireless-AC 7260 can't connect will show that this is not a new issue this device and has persisted through many firmware updates. At this point, I'm done with the unit ...
Pros: Out of all the products I purchased to build my desktop this is the only product that isn't working and there's not enough help (articles, video tutorials) regarding how to get this thing to work. I'm not sure if it's a compatibility issue or an installation issue. I've tried everything and no solution. I'll call customer support tomorrow, but this is the only product out of the entire computer build that gave me a problem.
Cons: Not enough support around this product. It may be a great product, but it's confusing to set up.
the card is amazing don't low rate it because of the lenovo's bios
4 weeks ago
Summary: the card is amazing don't low rate it because of the lenovo's bios! visit this page and they will help you to flash your bios with a new one with no "whitelist" that will accept all the WLAN cards! https://www.bios-mods.com/forum/Forum-WiFi-WWAN-Whitelist-Removal?
Summary: Less than a year old, I'm likely going to replace this adapter, as lately it has become much more of a nuisance.
Pros: Good speed, easy to install, includes Bluetooth connectivity.
Cons: It randomly drops connection, it'll happen once every couple days, and sometimes a few times a day. Half the time it'll take up to a minute or two to reconnect; sometimes it'll reconnect immediately; and at times, it'll fail to see my access-point at all for several minutes. My old wireless-g adapter on my Xbox has no issues, but this brand-new AC adapter, almost in line-of-sight of the router, continues to fail me.
Summary: Had to update my girlfriend system and needed to connect to the router wirelessly. You can go out and pick a wireless USB stick, but the range on those is limited to the electrical interference it will have. This card is internal which gives it more power and also has a 4' foot long external antennae so you can place away from interference. The performance on this card is superb and I haven't had any issue with this at all.
Summary: I love the performance I get out of it. The only thing is that at random it will drop the connection and require me to disable it in Device Manager and re-enable it for the connection to be made again. This happens at least once a day. Iv'e tried numerous firmware revisions and different PCI slots to no avail. I wouldn't buy this, there's cheaper alternatives that stay connected all the time.
but don't be fooled by the claims of bluetooth chances are good that it won't work for you
16 February 2015
Summary: It works fairly well for the price, but don't be fooled by the claims of bluetooth chances are good that it won't work for you, scumbag intel advertising functions that they don't support essentially.