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ASRock Shows Off 802.11ac WiFi & Bluetooth 4.0 For A-Style Motherboards

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ASRock has released a teaser for one of its features that will be present on its A-Style motherboards, 801.11ac WiFi. Now, with ASRock's A-Style motherboards, as seen in the video, you no longer have to wait for your porn.

We already know the five features that we're going to find on ASRock's A-Style motherboards, as we've already reported on a number of them before. The A-Style feature set includes: Purity Sound, HDMI-In, 802.11ac WiFi, Waterproof by Conformal Coating, and Home Cloud.

ASRock has decided to show off another two of these features: the 802.11ac WiFi and the Bluetooth 4.0. The 802.11ac WiFi standard runs on the 5 GHz band, and features data transfer speeds of up to 867 Mb/s. Of course, what better way to explain this if not in a little comedy sketch? Enjoy the video below.

A-Style: 802.11ac WiFi

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    DarkSable , May 21, 2013 1:55 AM
    Sigh.
    ...well, I guess we already knew AsRock wasn't exactly the most classy already. :p 
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    hunshiki , May 21, 2013 2:37 AM
    Best commercial.
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    SvRommelvS , May 21, 2013 7:51 AM
    Darnit ASRock--these new motherboards have everything I want except a Q-Connector.
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    souleet , May 21, 2013 9:07 AM
    What is the point of 802.11ac? You do know that if you have older laptops or computer that still uses b/g/n, you will not get AC. You need to spend alot more to upgrade in order to have AC mode working fully.
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    souleet , May 21, 2013 9:09 AM
    What is the point of 802.11ac? You do know that if you have older laptops or computer that still uses b/g/n, you will not get AC. You need to spend alot more to upgrade in order to have AC mode working fully.
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    souleet , May 21, 2013 9:26 AM
    What is the point of 802.11ac? You do know that if you have older laptops or computer that still uses b/g/n, you will not get AC. You need to spend alot more to upgrade in order to have AC mode working fully.
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    DarkSable , May 22, 2013 1:27 AM
    Quote:
    What is the point of 802.11ac? You do know that if you have older laptops or computer that still uses b/g/n, you will not get AC. You need to spend alot more to upgrade in order to have AC mode working fully.


    Following that logic, cases shouldn't bother to have USB 3.0 because if you only have a USB 2.0 drive, you won't get 3.0 speeds.

    The point of it is to have the option there and to push the tech forwards in terms of mainstream adoption.
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    frenzyvanrafi , May 23, 2013 5:40 PM
    If I using this wireless card meanwhile my internet speed is 384kbps (barely fast), the internet experience same as as before (no changes). If I do transfer file from network with this wireless card, I can get more speed than before.