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Archive for the ‘Time Capsule’ Category

July 6th, 2008

Time Capsule Woes

I just got a Time Capsule 500GB the other day. I eagerly opened the box, hooked it up to our DSL modem, ran through the setup wizard and was done in a few minutes. Everything seemed to work ok. My MacBook Pro was able to surf the net, my iPod Touch too. Aaaahhh it […]

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April 1st, 2008

Which Is Better Time Capsule or AEBS with an External Hard Drive?

There’s a discussion going on in the local Mac Users Group I belong to. Several members are discussing which is better to get, a Time Capsule or an Airport Extreme Base Station. With the current software update of the AEBS enabling it to do wireless backups when an external drive is plugged in, this is […]

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March 22nd, 2008

Time Capsule Functionality in Airport Extreme Base Station

[via MacRumors]
Apple released updates for Time Machine and Aiport a few days ago and according to Mac Rumors some of its readers are writing in to say that you can now backup wirelessly to an Airport Extreme Base Station with an external USB drive attached.
Now this is certainly a good thing. An Airport Extreme with […]

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March 6th, 2008

Walt Mossberg Takes A Look At Time Capsule

Apart from the MacBook Air the Time Capsule is another product that I’m excited to get my hands on. Since we’re a little behind in getting Apple products here in Manila, I have yet to see a Time Capsule in person. So in lieu of that, I’m settling and consoling myself first by reading Walt […]

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January 18th, 2008

Time Capsule: Backing Up At Its Simplest

One of the products announced during MacWorld got me excited. Apple announced Time Capsule a “companion product” to Leopard’s Time Machine. Time Capsule is an Airport Extreme Base Station and wireless hard drive all rolled into one.
I’m really a fan of making things simple. I hate complications and that goes for everything in my […]

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