i tired it had "missing dependencies" i'll just wait to bet a blutooth/wifi card in one.
Viper, here's the one that I have, and didn't break the bank. Has a Intel 7260 AC wireless card inside, and you'll need a spare USB header for BT 4.0. Also has Intel Wireless Display (or WiDi).
If by chance you don't have an extra USB header in your PC, here's one, I ordered it, though never had to use, who knows, may be needed at some point, I like to keep spare components.
The cool thing is that it adds twin USB ports inside of your case, good when performing a clean install & updating drivers from a USB stick, or flashing the BIOS (some allows for backup before flashing as a safety feature), and updating MB drivers. Can also be used with a large USB stick for fast, extra storage.
The 3 egg reviews, my take on that is that they didn't know what they were doing or not using the right drivers for their OS (it's a large download from ASUS). Mine is working perfectly in Linux Mint 18 & I'm sitting here with a noticeable BT icon on the right panel, to the left of volume control. Does what I need to do & will review the card in another 2-3 months, don't care to leave a review as soon as installed. My PC has both W10 Pro & LM 18 64 bit, and didn't have to install any extra drivers for it to work with Linux Mint 18 (though did override the native W10 drivers with those supplied by ASUS for that OS).
Considered the higher rated model (AC1300), was double the price & no BT. I don't see myself saturating AC1200 speeds (1200Mbps), nor the speed of the 2.4GHz band, should future proof me for some time to come. I would order another for this AMD build, however I don't know how the Intel card would play with the system, probably will be better off with a Ralink or Qualcomm card on that PC.
Anyway, this is a good card at a good price, if I have any negatives, it would be the the cable for the external antenna is about 3 feet too short. Which would be needed if say, were using a hotspot from the home, maybe there's an antenna with a longer cable that world work, or a set of extender cables (though this may degrade signal by adding the extra connector). The best option would be a one piece longer antenna if needed.
Edited by cat1092, 27 December 2016 - 03:59 AM.