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Unfortunately, unlike wired NIC's, Wireless NIC's get very little development as there is no "Enterprise Wireless" to really trickle down designs and features.
How about dynamic beamforming being develped by Ruckus Wireless?
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So is there any good dual band wireless adapter? (Non USB) Funny how this small laptop Intel one kicks my current one out the window..

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16833106062
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