Does Microsoft Surface Pro 5 support Wi-Fi 6?
No, it doesn’t! Microsoft Surface Pro 5 comes with Marvell AVASTAR Wireless-AC Network Controller. The adapter supports only the current Wi-Fi 5 (also known as IEEE 802.11ac standard) technology that offers transfer speed up to 866Mbps. It does also supports all previous Wi-Fi standards as well. Here are the complete supported Wi-Fi standards that Surface Pro 5 supports:
- Wi-Fi 1: IEEE 802.11b, released in 1999.
- Wi-Fi 2: IEEE 802.11a, released in 1999.
- Wi-Fi 3: IEEE 802.11g, released in 2003.
- Wi-Fi 4: IEEE 802.11n, released in 2009.
- Wi-Fi 5: IEEE 802.11ac, released in 2014.
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