Summary: I bought this chip to replace my Atheros card in my Toshiba Satellite P50. I'm not sure about other consumers of this model (one with 16GB RAM) , but the wireless card that came with it kept on disconnecting randomly resulting in a poor unstable connection. Nonetheless, the Intel 7260 is a very good chip and installation was very quick and easy! Best wireless card at this price at this time.
Pros: Very fast connection and doesn't disconnect like the former atheros chip that came with my Toshiba P50. Amazing buy for a great price!
Cons: I'd prefer the chip to be on a blue card rather than green to match my motherboard haha!
Summary: Bought this card to replace the Atheros card in my ASUS N550-JV. The difference is astonishing! I come from weak wifi, slow speed, to breaking fast WIFI! The original card was only able to go up to 150mbps on 40hz channel on 2.4ghz, no dual-channel support. Now I can reach 300 mbps steady and solid everywhere in my house on both 2.4 or 5ghz network. Cheap upgrade that make a big difference!
Pros: - Strong signal!, - Fast speed!, - Bullet proof for future with AC support up to 860mbps
Summary: Purchased this for an asus g53sx and a Toshiba qosimo laptops to get ac speeds to a new asus 68u router. Worked like a charm for both laptops. Drivers must be manually downloaded as windows 7 did not recognise the device even when internet connection was made avail through lan connection. Other than that, technically the device works great. Connects at max rated speed when laptop is right beside router... other laptop achieves about 760-650 with a fireplace in the way.
Pros: Works well, connections speed as advertised, compatibility, great price.
Cons: May not work with all laptops, only 2 connection for antennas
Summary: Bought this card to replace the single band one that came in my Dell Inspiron 3137. With my old card I had issue pairing to bluetooth devices like my JamBox in Windows 8 and 8.1; installing this card (and all of its required driver from Intel) fixed all my issues. This could have had something to do with this card using bluetooth 4.0 and the old card using an older version. Whatever the case it worked out.
Summary: The price was good. It took 10 days for site to store so not the fastest but free to ship that way. The wireless setup and worked flawlessly but after several hours I could not get the bluetooth to work. The system would not even detect the device was present. This was going into a Dell laptop and should work. I tried Dells version of the driver which is just an ealier version of thre intel driver with a dell wrapper. I ended up returning it.
Summary: My old n/bluetooth card died about a year ago. HP wanted $75 for a replacement. Saw this and believed two birds - one stone. Get the latest technology and get my bluetooth and WiFi back. Card fit perfectly, but could not get my notebook to boot. Turned it on and immediately got a message saying "unauthorized card - remove and reboot." I had no choice, but to replace it with the old malfunctioning card. If there was a way to get this to work, I couldn't find it.