Intel M.2 2230 8260 AC WiFi Adaptor for Laptops/SFF/Motherboards
The Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260 is Intel's 3rd Generation 802.11ac, dual band, 2x2 Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.2 adapter. It's engineered to deliver lower power consumption, improved RF coexistence, and complete Microsoft Windows 10 support. Combined with Intel Core processors and exceptional Intel wireless innovations like Intel Dynamic Regulatory Solution, the Intel Dual Band Wireless-AC 8260 dramatically reshapes your connected experience at home, work or on the go.
Features 3x Faster Wi-Fi
Less time waiting, more time doing and enjoying. 802.11ac 2x2 Wi-Fi delivers 3x faster speeds than 2x2 802.11n (up to 867 Mbps) for faster downloads, higher quality video streaming, gaming, music and more.
More capacity for more devices
802.11ac 80Mhz channels support 3x more data capacity than 802.11n for supporting more devices streaming more data simultaneously.
Intel® WiDi Support
Share your experiences wirelessly on the big screen from your device including the latest 4K high-res movies and HD audio/video.
Bluetooth 4.2 Smart Ready (Low Energy)
Dual mode Bluetooth 4.2® connects to the newest low energy Bluetooth® products as well as your familiar devices, such as headsets, keyboard, mice and more.
Compatible with previous gen Wi-Fi
802.11ac is backward compatible with 802.11a/b/g/n Wi-Fi devices and hotspots.
Please note: This card does not support vPro.
|Interface||M.2 PCIe (2230)|
|Data Transfer Speed||867 Mbps|
|Antenna||Not Included, Sold Separately|
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