I'm confused while choosing between them while ordering. In either case I'll take /w bluetooth. What I understand so far is that "802.11b/g/n WLAN" means a generic wireless NIC will be provided whereas "Intel Wireless-N" means Intel branded wireless NIC will be provided. In both cases, it will support upto wireless N aka 802.11n. The Intel NIC is 'perceived' to be of better quality. It would be very helpful if someone could confirm whether the above understanding is correct. Also, 1) which one would you recommend (given Intel one costs $25 and I'm low on cash)? 2) Any idea which brand of NIC I will get if I choose the generic one? 3) What are the 'observed' practical differences between these two options?