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Intel Centrino Wireless-N 2230 Network Interface Card 802.11b/g/n 2x2 Single-band WiFi + Bluetooth 4.0
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- Manufacturer: Intel RoHS: Protocol Supported: 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth Frequency Band: 2.4 GHz Data Rate: 300 Mbps Interface Type: 802.11, PCI Maximum Operating Temperature: + 80 C Antenna Connector Type: Integrated Dimensions: 30 mm x 26.8 mm x 2.4 mm Minimum Operating Temperature: 0 C Packaging: Tray Security: 802.1x, EAP-AKA, EAP-FAST, EAP-SIM, EAP-TLS, LEAP, PEAP, TTLS, WPA, WPA2
- Part # Aliases: 920118
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Intel Centrino Wireless-N 2230 delivers enhanced Wi-Fi wireless performance with innovative Intel-only features for a richer mobile experience. Delivers up to 300 Mbps speed in the 2.4 GHz band with multiple streams for enhanced speed while improving coverage and reliability.
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Fortunately, the card went in like a dream and was recognised as a Wi-Fi card straight away by Win8; I did have to install the Bluetooth driver but this was easy.
The 2230 has work flawlessly under Windows 7 and would highly recommend this model.
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Her original non-intel wireless nic would randomly disconnect from our network and need to be dis/re enabled in order to re-connect.
Having this card in my Lenovo, it was my first choice. Once I ensured it was compatible, I ordered it.
It has the benefit of Intel WiDi (wireless display) which allowed us to remove the 25' HDMI cable we used in the living room to output video/audio to the TV.
This of course needed a WiDi receiver.
We use a Netgear PTV2000, with some minor connection issues. I suspect the PTV2000 is the issue since it is what I power cycle when issues arise and are resolved.
Lastly, it comes with 2 antennas which are still unopened as the laptop uses both connections.
In addition, it houses bluetooth ability which neither of us has used/tested.
I would recommend this for WiDi and wireless networking.