OK, so I'm going to be getting a USB Wireless AC adapater. I've seen some (Such as the NetGear Wireless AC1200 adapater--model 6200) that only has USB 2.0. After looking at their package, I noticed that they are claiming two streams: one is 897 Mbps and the other is 300 Mbps for a total of 1200 Mbps I'm assuming. How is this possible if USB 2.0 can only handle (at max, not taking into account overhead) 480 Mbps?
Wireless N 300 adapters I can understand since they fall within the specs 480 Mbps limit, but how can a Wireless AC adapater exceed a transfer rate of 480 Mbps (or about 430 Mbps of actual usable bandwidth)?