Apple 1TB Time Capsule Dual-Band
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- Apple 1TB Time Capsule (Wireless Hard Drive) for Mac OS X Leopard/Snow Leopard
- Automatic backup with Time Machine: Time Capsule works automatically with Time Machine in Mac OS X Leopard or Snow Leopard to create the perfect no-hassle backup solution. There are no cables, and you can back up all the computers in your home to a centra
- Server-grade storage: The massive 1TB server-grade hard drive gives you all the capacity and safety you need for backing up all your Macs
- Easy wireless networking: Connect your DSL or cable modem to the AirPort Extreme Base Station, then quickly set it up with the easy-to-use AirPort Utility, which is included for both Mac OS X and Windows. In minutes, you and up to 50 others can use your M
- Simultaneous dual-band Wi-Fi: For maximum range and compatibility, AirPort Extreme works simultaneously on both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands, allowing all the devices on the network to use the most efficient band automatically. And AirPort Extreme uses the l
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|Colour||—||Router + 3TB Time Capsule||White||Noir||Black||Black|
|Item Dimensions||19.7 x 19.7 x 3.63 cm||9.8 x 9.8 x 16.8 cm||17.1 x 13.9 x 4.9 cm||14 x 5.3 x 17.55 cm||11 x 8.15 x 1.63 cm||8 x 11.7 x 1.48 cm|
|Item Weight||1.59 kg||1.48 kg||0.96 kg||1.05 kg||245 grams||181 grams|
|Size||3.5||3.5||2 TB||4 TB||1 TB||1 TB|
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The massive 500GB or 1TB server-grade hard drive gives you all the capacity and safety you need for backing up all your Mac computers. Time Capsule also works great as a wireless hard drive, whether you have a Mac or a PC. It sets up in a snap, giving you a networked hard drive you can use for storing and sharing all kinds of files. If you're a MobileMe member using a Mac with Mac OS X Leopard, you can even access the files on the drive over the Internet
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TC is quiet but it does make an irritating humming noise which can be reduced by placing some padding underneath. At this price, Apple should have thought of it.
Now I sold it and bought a HD drive of similar capacity for less than half the price1TB LaCie d2 Quadra Hard Disk eSATA 3Gbits USB Firewire 400 & 800 and my service providers gave me a free modem/router. The only thing I miss in TC is the ability to connect it directly to my Mac via ethernet.
All things considered I would not recommend it, even if I am an inveterate Maclover!
This device tries to do way too much and if you just want a reliable way to preserve your valuable data and photos etc but one of the tried and tested products out there for a third of the price. This is the first truly bad experience I've had with Apple and I feel really let down.
Easy to set up, works like a treat. I can safely forget about backing up my data, as it does this itself at frequent intervals. In case you need to reassure yourself it's all there, you can access the box via the desktop and see what's in there - all very re-assuring. Had mine for about 2 years and no problems as of yet!
It's very expensive for a backup system, and as I've read in other reviews if it breaks down after the warranty is up you're in trouble. But I take the view that if I lost my data I would be mightily inconvenienced but not totally distraught, or I would start paying for it to go on the 'cloud'. And of course unless both your computer and your TC break at the same time - there is no issue. A way around the price issue is to get one of Apple's 'reconditioned' units like I did. They have full warranty and are as good as new.
There isn't an 'ugly' as they look fantastic - very space-age like all Apple's stuff. One area I can't comment on though is a little bit like going with an insurance company - i.e. you don't know how good they are until you make a claim. And with this back-up system, I'd like to know how good it is at restoring the data to a different machine.
In conclusion, a refurbished model is good value, but I still don't know the full story - and hopefully never will!