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Apple Time Capsule Review (2TB)

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.

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Apple Time Capsule (2TB) Unboxing

Yesterday, Apple announced updated Time Capsule’s.  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.

Today, I picked up the new 2TB Time Capsule from my local Apple Store and unboxed it live on stream.  In terms of design the new Time Capsule is exactly the same.  The only thing different is that they dropped the 500GB model.  As I said before it is based on 802.11n (which should be an official standard sometime this fall), it has one USB 2.0 port for a printer or external hard drive, 1 Gigabit WAN port, 3 Gigabit LAN ports, and of course the power connector.

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