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8.7* out of 10

Intel 7260HMWNBWB

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Reviews and Problems with Intel 7260HMWNBWB

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Overall 4

Does not work reliably with Intel NUC i3-3217UDC3217BY

Addison Yeamann, Amazon
28 September 2014
  • Summary: Bought this along with the Intel NUC i3-3217UDC3217BY to run XBMC. It works great, but only EVERY OTHER REBOOT. I have to reboot twice, no matter what, to get the wifi card to work. I don't know if the issue is the wifi card or the NUC, but they are both going back. FYI: I tried updating bios, updating drivers, and a different OS. I have had problems with other buggy Intel hardware before, so not entirely surprised.
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Overall 10

Best in 802.11n Wi-Fi

C. Price, Amazon
1 July 2014
  • Summary: The is is the best 802.11n Wi-Fi card on the market today. The only card that beats it is the 802.11ac variant of the 7260. If you want to give your laptop a cheap, fast upgrade that takes 15 minutes, buy this card. Now. Don't wait. You'll regret each day you don't upgrade to this card. The only caveat is if you have an HP or Lenovo - those laptop makers break PCIe standards and refuse to let people upgrade their wireless cards.
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Overall 10

It works and connects fine. Occasionally slows down to slower than dial-up due to current and only W7 driver as of this writing.

MyProfile, Amazon
5 April 2014
  • Summary: My laptop came with Intel Centrino Wireless-N 1000. The WiFi adapter used to work flawlessly until recently, it started to slow down and lost signal strength often. Even with using different versions of drivers, the problem still ensued. That's when I decided to upgrade my Intel Wifi to a decent one. I thought of getting the Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6205 but I found that Intel released the 7260 series just this April of 2013.
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