Intel Advanced-n+ Wimax 6250 622anxhmw Wifi
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The Intel® Centrino® Advanced-N + WiMAX 6250 is an IEEE 802.16e and 802.11a/b/g/n wireless multi–band network adapter that delivers up to 20 Mbps+ downlink, up to 6 MbpsΔ uplink performance over WiMAX, and up to 300 Mbps Tx/Rx¹ over Wi–Fi. This integrated module, embedded in Intel® technology notebooks and netbooks, provides flexible and convenient connectivity to both WiMAX and Wi–Fi networks
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Also, buy from a-plus-tech, if you look at the other sellers on here, they are selling cards from Broadcom, NOT Intel, a few of the sellers even list this in the overview, others will not say or don't know, if what they are selling is a ES card etc. a-plus-tech is the only place I got a straight forward (and fast) answer that the cards they sell are retail (not ES) Intel cards, and not from Broadcom.
I installed this in a Lenovo v570 and stumbled into a 'whitelist' on BIOS that prevents any aftermarket upgrades, even for hardware on Lenovo's own compatibility list. I discovered bios-mods website and found a winflash bios with the whitelist removed. The fact this community exists on the web is testament to the fact that manufacturers pull this crap. I donated to bios-mods and encourage anyone finding help there to do the same.
In any case, I give this card a thumbs up. The necessary drivers for Windows 8 were on the intel website and after installing them my wifi was up and working again. I got a much larger range out of this card than my old one. Internet speed is also great, but I guess that depends on your internet setup/provider. I have no use for it, but the available WiMax feature works and could come in handy to anyone who has providers in their area for this service. Also, if you can't tell from the picture, note that this is in fact a half-mini-card.
Lastly, for a price like this, you can't go wrong with this card.
Even though this card is listed in the hardware manual for the Lenovo Y570, it fails during BIOS check, as it is not on the white-list. Why Lenovo would list a card in the hardware manual that it does not support is annoying to say the least. Accuracy of the manuals and support sure have gone downhill since IBM sold off to Lenovo. Maybe I'll try a Dell next and pay less for wrong-support-docs
So a Y570 with BIOS 2.09 (BIOS Version/Date LENOVO 47CN31WW(V2.09), 10/28/2011) will NOT boot if you install this card.
Just an FYI if you are wondering.
Over a week later and still not a single disconnect. Still working great.