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Note: Compatible with motherboards that have M.2 key E slots
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  • Includes optimized external antenna, standard size mounting bracket with RF cables installed and a low profile mounting bracket.
  • Features Bluetooth 5.0 and WPA3 security. -oceanlake

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Key point here, this card needs to plug into the motherboard. It doesn't have a PCIe slot adapter for the card to plug into.
I am using this and quite happy. Nice to have it if you don't have an empty M.2 slot.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
Get a PCIe card that mounts the M.2 Intel card. Less than $10 on eBay.

This is an excellent wireless card. Just note that you'll need to install drivers for Windows 10, and to use it with Linux, you need to be running kernel 5.1 or later. If you're running an older version of Linux, you probably aren't running that kernel.

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If all you need is the m.2 card for your laptop, Amazon has it for about $17 to $18 from a few different suppliers.
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Key point here, this card needs to plug into the motherboard. It doesn't have a PCIe slot adapter for the card to plug into.
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Replaced the onboard AC card on my ASRock motherboard with one of these. Was fairly easy if you have a motherboard with lackluster wifi "onboard" (taking up an m2 slot). If course, if you don't have an AX router, upgrading from an AC card to an AX card likely won't improve anything.
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I am using this and quite happy. Nice to have it if you don't have an empty M.2 slot.
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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I'd prefer the PCIe slot version over m.2
Get a PCIe card that mounts the M.2 Intel card. Less than $10 on eBay.

This is an excellent wireless card. Just note that you'll need to install drivers for Windows 10, and to use it with Linux, you need to be running kernel 5.1 or later. If you're running an older version of Linux, you probably aren't running that kernel.
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you can buy a similar one with added PCIe adapter for similar price any day from amazon. one example here: https://www.amazon.com/Cudy-WE300...B082NZYDDM but there are many like this.
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Most can get by with ac right now and wait until prices for routers and mobile devices arrive and get cheaper. Wish there was cheap 10GBE routers & equip but there just isn't. Until that's part of cheaper ax routers, it's still a niche.
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Most can get by with ac right now and wait until prices for routers and mobile devices arrive and get cheaper. Wish there was cheap 10GBE routers & equip but there just isn't. Until that's part of cheaper ax routers, it's still a niche.
So if I don't have AX router , it wont work?
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So if I don't have AX router , it wont work?
It will be backwards compatible to at least g..
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So if I don't have AX router , it wont work?
Yeah it'd work
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you can buy a similar one with added PCIe adapter for similar price any day from amazon. one example here: https://www.amazon.com/Cudy-WE300...B082NZYDDM but there are many like this.
Most of those use fake AX200 cards.

The one at Newegg is the genuine Intel item in the retail box.
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Hackintosh compatible?
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