Apple Time Capsule 802.11ac - 2013



Apple Time Capsule 802.11ac - 2013

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In our real-world testing scenario, the increase was less noticeable than promised. Transfer speeds are fractionally better when using 802.11n than the last generation, but even with the 802.11ac MacBook Air, the write speed to disk only doubled to a...

By TechRadar AU on

Apple is ahead of the curve when it comes to adopting the IEEE 802.11ac wireless networking standard. While 802.11ac routers are not new, Apple’s latest is the first to include an integrated hard drive. Apple is also one of the first manufacturers to...

By Macworld Australia on

Straightforward set-and-forget backup for Apple users, but little appeal for anyone...

By Alphr on

The 802.11ac wifi standard hasn’t yet been officially ratified by the IEEE – the organization that oversees international technical standards – but quite a few manufacturers have already incorporated this new technology into their wireless routers,...

By Macworld UK on

As long as you don't need expert-level features, the 2013 AirPort Time Capsule is an excellent backup/file server for Apple fans -- especially for those with 802.11ac-enabled...

By CNET Australia on

If you haven't got an Apple AirPort Extreme or Time Capsule, and are looking to improve your Wi-Fi network, we recommend you get one of Apple's base stations. Both are superb devices that offer a range of features and better performance than most routers...

By Macworld UK on

Apple routers are primarily interesting if you're already the proud owner of other Apple products, as Apple products are designed to work together well. The Time Capsule can also be used for creating back-ups with Time Machine. Some people will likely...

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The scarcity of PCs and Macs that support 802.11ac right now means that the Time Capsule is hardly a must-have item, even for devout Apple fanbois. However, the 802.11ac tech does provide a significant improvement in performance when compared to...

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Extruded. That's the word Apple's SVP of Marketing, Phil Schiller, used to describe the new 802.11ac Airport Extreme and Time Capsule at WWDC 2013 . Tall also came to mind immediately. Its footprint is smaller now, like the redesigned Airport Express,...

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Note : la note est de 3,9 / 5, mais suite un un problème d'affichage les demi et autres fractions ne s'affichent pas correctement. Nous travaillons actuellement à la résolution de ce bug. ******* Le moins qu'on puisse dire, c'est que cette cinquième...

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