Intel Dual Band Intel Wireless-AC 7260 Network PCI-E Adaptor Half Mini Card 802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.0
• Ultimate Wi-Fi performance, more speed, coverage, larger capacity
Delivers dramatically faster Wi-Fi speeds (up to 867 Mbps) than 802.11n, more capacity for more users (extended channel bonding 80MHz), broader coverage, and better battery life.
• Bluetooth 4.0* Smart Ready (low energy)
Dual-mode Bluetooth 4.0 connects to the newest low-energy Bluetooth products, as well as your familiar devices, such as headsets, keyboard, mice, and more.
• Intel Wireless Display
Watch your PC or Ultrabook™ content instantly without wires on the big HD screen with stunning image clarity and sound. Intel Wireless Display gives you a serious entertainment upgrade: stream movies, videos, games, photos, connect with friends, and more—experience it all.
• Intel Smart Connect Technology
Automatically updates important content even while your Ultrabook is asleep or for quicker Internet access on resume.
• Intel WiFi HotSpot Assistant
Experience the power of instant connectivity to millions of free and paid Wi-Fi hotspots worldwide with Intel® Wi-Fi HotSpot Assistant–exclusively available only on Intel® wireless products. Auto-connect to available Wi-Fi hotspots as you roam—no more annoying manual login process at each hotspot. With Intel® Smart Connect Technology, even your favorite cloud content (email, social networks, news, etc.) is automatically refreshed as your Ultrabook™ sleeps.
• Business Class Wireless Suite
Supports Intel vPro™ technology, Intel® Active Management Technology, and Intel® PROSet/Wireless Enterprise Software for enterprise Wi-Fi client manageability, improved security, and streamlined deployment. Features • Half-height Mini-PCIe WiFi & Bluetooth Card for Laptops / Notebooks
• Supports 802.11ac for speeds of up to 867Mbps
• Backwards compatible with 802.11a/b/g/n
• Dual Band (5 GHz & 2.4 GHz)
• Supports Dual Mode Bluetooth 2.1,2.1+EDR, 3.0, 4.0 (BLE)
|Data Transfer Speed||300 / 867 Mbps|
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Certain motherboards [usually EXPENSIVE MBs in order not to make them STRATOSPHERICALLY expensive for those buyers who do not require Wi-Fi/BT] have the facility to accept "mini pCI-e" Wi-Fi/BT cards like these to offer them onboard Wi-Fi/BT capability.
And which MBs are these? You do not need to ask should your motherboard has no such a facility. Surely ....
As mentioned by another reviewer, you can buy PCI-e cards that will incorporated these mini-PCI-e WiFi/BT cards to add them to motherboards that do not have an existing mini-PCI-e slot.
The answer to the question then is, "YES". And therefore these cards are not only for "Laptops". They are good Kommie/Socialistic cards for everyone.
This is only compatible with laptops im afraid.