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Seeking PCIe 802.11ac (AC1900+) with Bluetooth 4.0+, does it exist?

I am needing to add a wireless adapter to my desktop PC. The main reason is so I can wireless connect a Bluetooth controller, but I would love to be able to have a decent wireless connection as well. All that I have been able to find are cards with AC1200 - ASUS PCE-AC55BT and Intel 7260HMWDTX1. Is there a reason ...

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Written on {{'2017-02-28T12:43:04-08:00' | moment:'fromNow'}}
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I think the main reason is bluetooth uses some of the 2.4Ghz band for connection. This makes it more complicated to design the internals and firmware. It requires coexistent to be configured with the 20/40 frequency width. Long story short; it cost more and isn't a feature many people need on a desktop. That's why most Wifi AC adapter you will find are mini-PCI to be put into laptops. See here for a interesting blog on the subject: www.wifisuperman.com/blog

As for AC1200 vs AC1900, I would suggest AC1200. It is much more standardized and I haven't heard as many glitches with AC1200.  If you already have a AC1900 router, then AC1200 should connect fine to it. Almost all Wifi standards are backwards compatible.

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