Does what it should; connects well to both wifi networks and bluetooth devices
1 week ago
Summary: I purchased this wireless adapter to replace a Realtek RTL8723AE that caused frequent blue screens on my Sager NP3265 no matter what drivers I used. I know it was that adapter that caused the blue screens because I pulled an Atheros AR5B93 from an older laptop and my blue screen troubles went away.
Summary: One of the best Wireless-AC Wifi Cards you can install in a laptop. Installed in 3 different HP laptops and it performs great. Don't limit yourself to just Wireless N. Enjoy the benefits of Wireless-AC with this new Wifi Card. Works on Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 10 flawlessly.
Summary: I had some trouble installing drivers in Windows 10. The native drivers didn't seem to work properly. Access points were listed but I couldn't connect to any. Using the latest driver from Intel, o was able to get this thing working. I also had to update my router to use WMM for much better speeds.
Summary: I bought this card for a 3-year-old Dell XPS 8300 desktop which installs both Fedora 21 and Windows 7. For card installation, please go to www.dell.com and search for "xps 8300 service manual".
BAM Works perfect now! Currently working for WINDOWS 10 100%
4 weeks ago
Summary: Anyone having issues staying connected to WIFI, What I did was installed drivers manually. (right click adaptor in device manager, update driver software, browse computer for driver, let me pick from a list, IMPORTANT!
Purchased for my M6600 laptop that recently had the Wi-Fi ...
Crestar "Crestar", Amazon
3 August 2015
Summary: Purchased for my M6600 laptop that recently had the Wi-Fi card go out. The new card inserted with ease and was automatically installed by Windows 8.1 and provides me with the ability to access 5ghz signals with its dual band capability.
Summary: This is probably the best price per performance wireless card available at the moment. In my experience, the drivers are very stable for this card, with very few compatibility issues when compared to other models. Signal strength is very good on 2.4GHz, and good on 5GHz.
Card is awesome, definite upgrade from the default wireless card that ...
W. Price, Amazon
30 July 2015
Summary: Card is awesome, definite upgrade from the default wireless card that came with the LenovoT420. You will have to deactivate the whitelist in the bios that will not allow this card to work, but the tools to do so are freely available on the web and easy to do. No complaints at all.