In my previous post about the new 2TB Apple Time Capsule where I unboxed it, I briefly explained what the Time Capsule actually is and promised a more in depth review as soon as I got a chance to actually use it. So as promised here is a more in depth review of Apple’s new Time Capsule.
The Time Capsule is a wireless router (802.11n) which contains a hard drive for easy backup in conjunction with the OS X application Time Machine. The new Time Capsule’s come in a 1TB model for $299 and a 2TB model for $499. It comes with 1 Gbit WAN port and 3 Gbit LAN ports (I wish it had 4) directly on the device itself as well as a single USB port for a network printer and/or an external hard drive which would essentially turn into a NAS. The design of the Time Capsule is very sleek. I like the fact it has no external antenna’s.