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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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Summary : Screen Size, Screen Resolution, Graphics Coprocessor, Graphics Card RAM
Wireless Type 802.11B, 802.11G, 802.11n
Brand Name Intel
Item model number 6235AN-HMWWB
Item Weight 12.8 ounces
Product Dimensions 1.2 x 0.1 x 1.1 inches
Item Dimensions L x W x H 1.2 x 0.1 x 1.1 inches

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ASIN B007QXLIWI
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4.2 out of 5 stars 365 customer reviews

4.2 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #58 in Computers & Accessories > Computer Components > Network Cards
#504 in Computers & Accessories > Networking Products > Network Adapters
Shipping Weight 0.3 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available April 2, 2012

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Purchased this card for use inside of an Intel NUC, specifically the one found here:

http://www.amazon.com/Intel-Computing-Gigabit-i3-3217U-DC3217IYE/dp/B0093LINVK

I specifically purchased this card because of Intel's claim inside their support documentation that they had tested and verified compatibility between the two pieces of hardware. The card does in fact function properly (though, admittedly, I've only been using it for about 15 minutes now).

Physical installation was very easy ... driver installation, not so much.

Upon booting Windows 7, the OS did not recognize the Wi-Fi adapter at all but did add Bluetooth functionality. I successfully paired the unit with a HP keyboard and my Samsung Galaxy Nexus.

I went to Intel's support page and searched for drivers for the card. Their automatic device detection feature failed to recognize the card as well. Something about "unknown or unsupported device". I then manually navigated to the downloads page for the 6235 and found at the very bottom of the list "Intel My WiFi Dashboard Software". Installing this finally allowed Windows to recognize the card and provide Wi-Fi functionality.
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It took less than 10 minutes to upgrade my ASUS S400CA, which also included memory expansion at the same time. Booted up fine the first time, no drivers to manually install. Dual band is great to avoid interence from the microwave oven, and bluetooth is a necessity for my Bose Soundlink speaker. It's nice to not need (or misplace!) a USB bluetooth dongle.
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I bought a new HP Envy 15 Touchsmart laptop and paid extra for the Centrino 2230-N wifi + bluetooth card. I then upgraded my home wifi router to an Asus RT-N66U which supports dual band (2.4 + 5.2Ghz). I then realized that my laptop wireless card (2230) didn't support dual band wifi. I bought the 6235-N card because it supports dual band and dual antenna mode and promised twice the throughput of the 2230. The upgrade was quick and easy and I saw an immediate increase in my throughput. This was well worth the $21 I paid for the card. I've read that not all laptops (especially those from HP) will accept just any PCI-e half-size card, but mine worked without any issues. After installing the card, Windows 8 64-bit immediately started using it without any user intervention. I had to re-enter my wifi password, but it connected without problems. The bluetooth side of the card did require a minor step. In the device manager, I had to "uninstall" the old bluetooth device and the new one was recognized when I did a "scan for hardware changes". All is working well and I highly recommend spending the $21 to get this card.
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I purchased this for my HP Pavillion desktop. Has been use a bluetooth usb dongle. It was horrible for music streaming... Breaks, cuts, lost... And it only works up to like 3 ft. I was so fed up... So I purchased this one. Took a little bit time to figure out the installation. But after that, it goes so well, the wifi signal is much better now (yeah, my old wifi card is trash too), and music streaming through my bluetooth headphone is so smooth. I have been using it for a couples hours now, with multiple music sources :windows media, youtute pandora open by firefox. The best part, it works up to 12 ft without a tiny bit of interuption (longest distance in my condo). Absolutely love it. I have to mention, I did connect two antenna (one internal one external for old crappy wife card) to this card.

Intallation tips: search "Intel Centrino Advanced-N 6235" in google (you need internet to do this, so probably in another computer...), it will lead you to the download page. Here is the trick. You need to download two drivers, one for wireless, and one for bluetooth. Choose the correct file acoording to your OS. Then, (very important) UNINSTALL any old bluetooth driver/software. After this, go ahead and run the downloaded .exe file. Restart as indicated, there you have it! Enjoy!
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Installed her in a 2013 model Sony Vaio (14" Fit series, but the whole new Sony range have the same issue). Machine now has perfect wi-fi. Frustration has just melted away. I would make love to this card if I could.
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The one thing I was annoyed by the most (after Windows 8, of course) when I purchased my K55a laptop was the absence of Bluetooth. I hate having to take up a USB port for a dongle or a mouse, but I prefer mice to trackpads. I read about this adapter and decided that twenty bucks or so to upgrade the Atheros to Centrino and add Bluetooth was worth the risk. The hardest part about the upgrade process was seeing the screw holding in the old adapter. Once I found that, the rest was a breeze. First boot of Windows 8 and both WiFi and Bluetooth adapters were up and running - no lengthy discovery, no looking for drivers. I paired a Bluetooth mouse first try, WiFi is showing great throughput on various test sites, etc. I couldn't be more pleased.
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There is an ongoing problem with dropouts with this adapter - check the support forums on the intel website. If you have one, make sure you turn off power saving mode. Because it is dual band (2.4 GHz and 5.2 GHz) and offers both "G" and "N" modes, it is difficult to tell from the submissions what the problem really is (as everyone is, unknowingly, using the card in a different configuration) and whether it is only a driver problem, or actually a hardware problem. (perhaps a conflict between Bluetooth 4 and one of the WLAN radios?). As it is now 9 months since the launch of the card (August 2012 -> April 2013), one begins to suspect the latter.
Note: if you don't play games online or stream video, you may have this problem without knowing.
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