Any WiFi Dongle with a Broadcom BCM43143 chipset will be supported in Windows 10 IoT Core, such as:ricl wrote:Given that the 'official' Raspberry Pi WiFi dongle is currently out of stock everywhere (or so it seems) does anyone have a list of other third party WiFi dongles that do actually work?
There are 2 official dongles as listed aboveravindrank wrote:I looked around quite a bit but I didnt find any BCM43143 based USB wifi adapters except the official raspi one.
Anyone know of any (other than the one Offc. Raspi) ?
I have used one of these with my Pi from the start. Works well, good performance. No problems, dropouts, etc.harshharsh26 wrote:I am trying a Wifi bridge till Windows IoT gets drivers for some more wifi dongles.
As this is a Microsoft Product you will need to contact them via the MSDN Forumtentricks wrote:Anyone know when or if there's even a plan for supporting other dongles in the future?
I don't want to buy another dongle just for this because I have just recently bought an Edimax dongle when the first build of Win IoT came out. From there, I've had nothing but disappointment.
First build did not support wifi, and the build which was supposedly going to support it, supported ONE dongle.
Now I'm back in the forums and the situation did not seem to change.