Quote Originally Posted by Luke_Wolf View Post
That would be because it's an ultrabook which you should know better than to get anyway. Standard consumer grade notebooks such as the HP dv6 don't really have this problem, and it sounds like the business laptops are in a better position than those, and no despite Intel's attempts Ultrabooks are not the way of the future, as is shown by just how hard they've been flopping.
I'm not going to touch a Lenovo or HP notebook with an 800m-long pole simply because they use a BIOS / UEFI whitelist that blocks the system from booting if you insert in a non-whitelisted WiFi card.

And my Intel cards I purchased are not those that are in the Lenovo / HP whitelists: those would cost a lot more than the generic Intel card of the same model.