Reports from September 16 reveal that Intel has disclosed details about their upcoming Wi-Fi 7 network card, the BE200, on their official website.
The Intel BE200 Wi-Fi 7 network card features a 2*2 antenna configuration, supporting 2.4GHz, 5GHz, and 6GHz frequency bands, and boasts a maximum network speed of 5Gbps.
To put this into perspective, Intel’s current AX210 Wi-Fi 6E wireless network card reaches speeds of 2.4Gbps, while the AX411 model achieves 3Gbps.
Earlier this year, at the Taipei Computex 2023, ASUS showcased their cutting-edge RT-BE96U Wi-Fi 7 router in partnership with Intel’s BE200 Wi-Fi 7 platform.
The device achieved an impressive speed of 4.1Gbps during testing, doubling the 2Gbps rate offered by the previous Wi-Fi 6E standard.
Intel Z790 and B760 motherboards are set to release soon, with certain models featuring the latest Wi-Fi 7 wireless network card from Intel.
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