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Pros: Installed in Intel NUC D34010WYKH. Fast solid performance and no issues.
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Pros: Using as PLEX Home Theater client running modified Windows 7 64bit image. Hardware Intel 525 mSATA 30GB SSD, Intel 7260HMW WIFI/Bluetooth combo, Crucial 8GB 204-Pin DDR3 1600 RAM, and Harmony One remote. I have modified Windows 7 to boot directly into Plex Home Theater, it boots in under 10 seconds. Has been able to handle any video/audio format I have been able to throw at it. Very happy with my purchase.
Cons: Mini PCI-Express cables for Wifi/Bluetooth were labeled backwards. Intel 7260HMW didn't detect Bluetooth until I found an article telling me to swap the +/- and then everything started working great. Seems shutdown or enter some sort of sleep when my LED television is switched to another input. Have tried tweaking all BIOS and Windows 7 settings but still does same thing. Fortunately with Intel SSD it boots in under 10 seconds so its not a deal breaker.
Other Thoughts: Box makes Intel dinging sound when you open it. They could of knocked off $20 and removed this useless feature and made me much happier.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Installed in Intel NUC D34010WYKH using modified Windows 7 image and PLEX Home Theater. Wireless and Bluetooth have been working solid since drivers were installed.
Cons: I believe this was more of a NUC issue but they had the two cables backwards so Bluetooth would not work until I switched them. So if your Bluetooth is is showing up as an unidentified device in Windows 7 try swapping the +/- cables on the card.READ FULL REVIEW