Ubit Bluetooth WiFi Card AC 1200Mbps, Wireless WiFi PCIe Network Adapter Card 5GHz/2.4GHz Dual Band PCI Express Network Card with Bluetooth 4.0 and 2 Antenna for Desktop/PC Gaming(WIE7265)

May 31, 2019 - Comment

Supports the newest Wi-Fi standard – IEEE 802.11ac, offering transfer rates that are 3 times faster than wireless N speeds. The Ubit WIE7265 provides high-speed Wi-Fi of up to 867 Mbps over 5GHz, 300 Mbps over 2.4GHz. Speeds are phenomenal and this would be perfect if you want to do HD Gaming, Streaming or Video

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Supports the newest Wi-Fi standard – IEEE 802.11ac, offering transfer rates that are 3 times faster than wireless N speeds. The Ubit WIE7265 provides high-speed Wi-Fi of up to 867 Mbps over 5GHz, 300 Mbps over 2.4GHz. Speeds are phenomenal and this would be perfect if you want to do HD Gaming, Streaming or Video conferencing assuming you have the Router and Broadband connection to match.Our list including CD driver,if this is not convenience you,please find us to send by email or install Intel Driver Support Assistant.
The Bluetooth feature is a nice touch, especially when using wireless headsets and peripherals since most desktops don’t have a dedicated Bluetooth chip set. The Bluetooth requires a USB 2.0 header connection, which can be achieved by plugging the included cable into a USB 2.0 header on your motherboard.You can turn off/on the Wi-Fi and Bluetooth on separately.

Parameter:
Bluetooth: 4.0
Speed:AC 5G/876Mbps+2.4G/300Mbps
Wireless Technology: IEEE 802.11b/g/n/ac
Support :WIN7/WIN8.1/WIN10(Windows XP system need update to at least Windows7)
Security: 64/128bit WEP,WPA,WPA2
Interface:PCI-E x1 Compatible with x4,x8,x16 Slot

Package Including:
WIE7265 WiFi Card
2*6dBi Antenna
1*Low profile PCIE bracket (for smaller PCs)
1*Screws for the bracket
1*Bluetooth/USB 2.0 header cable
1*Anti-static bag

Note: The wireless network card is installed on the motherboard pci-e x1 x4 x16 interface, the Bluetooth cable is connected to the motherboard nine-pin usb1.0 or 2.0 interface.