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[Sell] BCM94352Z NGFF M.2 WiFi Bluetooth

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Bought this a while back for native WIFI on my lenovo t440p hackintosh with a bios mod. Selling the laptop so I don't need this card anymore. The M.2 connector has been modified to fit either slot type.

 

$30 free priority shipping in the USA

 

www.ebay.com/itm/232023566666

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