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Master Geek
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Topic # 24582 28-Jul-2008 13:17

Hi there

Im considering buying a Time Capsule for my macbook been reading some info about it on the apple site.  Im just after some feedback from those who have used it would you recommend it if yes y and if no y?

Or jst what you think about it:-)



Thanks:-)

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  Reply # 152050 28-Jul-2008 13:40
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Havn't had any problems with mine. Time machine works great and I also enjoy the faster 802.11n speeds.



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Master Geek
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  Reply # 152054 28-Jul-2008 13:45

are they all around the same price or is there a place where you can get it cheaper? lol

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 152075 28-Jul-2008 14:48
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I believe they are all the same price, as is most (if not all) apple products.



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Master Geek
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  Reply # 152083 28-Jul-2008 15:00

what do you mean in 802.11 n speeds?

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Reply # 152088 28-Jul-2008 15:05
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Have a look at this thread




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  Reply # 152095 28-Jul-2008 15:16

hey thanks:-)

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