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Intel Network 6235AN.HMWWB Centrino WiFi Card Half Mini PCI Express Advanced-N 6235 Dual Band Bluetooth
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- The Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6235 delivers premium Wi-Fi performance with exceptional Intel-only features for an ultra mobile experience.
- This dual-stream (2x2), dual-band WiFi product with Wi-Fi Direct combines faster speeds (up to 300 Mbps), greater range and more reliability.
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The Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6235 delivers premium Wi-Fi performance with exceptional Intel-only features for an ultra mobile experience. This dual-stream (2x2), dual-band, Wi-Fi plus Bluetooth 4.0 product with Wi-Fi Direct combines faster speeds (up to 300 Mbps), greater range and more reliability with innovative Intel features, such as Intel Smart Connect Technology, Intel Wireless Display, Intel My Wi-Fi Dashboard and Intel vPro Technology.
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Signal is strong and stable. Many adjustments can be made with the windows installed driver through windows Hardware Properties.
Bluetooth signal is also strong and stable.
May be outdated now but I wouldn't be afraid of it. It works well.
Here's the problem I have and it might apply only to those building Next Units, or maybe not. I'm running Win 7 on the NUC and have a Asus laptop with the same using the Atheros AR9485WB card. I'm at my bench in the garage (when I benchmark it's for real) and finish the OS installation (when assembling have all drivers ready, unless you often put on your shoes and then remember socks) and start Win update and my connection is slow as a one legged centipede. So I finish everything and all is well except for speed. Well, the Nuc is getting 2 bars just like the laptop but only ½ the speed. I try all the settings and even spent an hour doing research because I don't know it all and still no improvement.
I knew my wireless was weak and so I merrily skipped down to Office Max to buy an overpriced extender. Seeing the highly recommend D-link I proceeded to to purchase 2 hours of headache, but that's yet another review. After getting my New Age torture device (one button setup my arse) functioning at 100% my laptop gets full or nearly full speed and my Intel with Intel is 80% at best. I use a program called inSSIDer Office (there's a free trial) to sort out signals and give stats and strengths and I'm considered excellent, I love programs that say that about me, but using Comcast speed test (which I prefer) and Speedtest.net and verifying with Windows resource monitor, facts are facts. This will not provide full speed with a 93% perfect signal while my laptop will. I've worried this problem as fully as the first server I built and even rolled back drivers but I may have to enlist several tiny men in lab coats to resolve this conundrum.
I see a possible reason being poor antennas in the NUC and may follow up on this by installing an external, or not. Hey, no problem with the Bluetooth! I've promised myself that I won't check the range. If I hadn't thoroughly tested this and my laptop side by side I could have made excuses and assumptions and right now I'd be blissfully ignorant, but my frustration is your gain. I wonder if others reviewing this know if they are getting good speed? Or just good signal. No offense intended to those who do know. Well as usual I write too much and you've probably already started the next review. So bringing you the longest Amazon reviews since 1887 (and without the express written consent of the National Football League) I sincerely hope this helps at least one person.
Update: I have purchased a USB wireless and ran tests for 40 minutes and this is what I found. First I ran the same tests against the laptop and taking the average of ten tests on each, they now run at the same speed, up and download. Sorry Intel, but you've been bested by Atheros and now Ralink by Etekcity. But, what's really interesting...I connected to the router instead of the extender and reached identical speeds of 2 Mbps over what I'm paying for. This USB device is also picking up 19 more networks than I previously saw. This doesn't provide Bluetooth but I could have saved the cost of the extender and bought a Bluetooth dongle and had a much better wireless all for $8 more and I can use it with the laptop also. Live and learn. Etekcity High Power 802.11 B/N/G 300M USB Wireless 1000mw Wifi Network Adapter with Dual Antenna
The card installed easily and gave me access to the 5 GHz band but did not alleviate the random disconnects/reconnects although they have decreased in frequency from several times/day to every couple of days. I have not been able to get WIDI to work on the new card. It worked great on the 1030 but the 6235 will not stay connected. I have removed drivers, installed the latest version and followed most suggestions I have found online but the 6235 will not connect. It sees the WIDI received, initiates connection, and then fails. The Intel drivers are apparently very finicky about allowing WIDI to work even on computers that supported WIDI from the factory.
[UPDATE] - So I was taking screen shots of the WIDI errors to attach to this review and it worked. As far as I know no configuration changes were made. Here's hoping it continues to work!