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Apple AirPort Time Capsule 2TB

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  • Terrible
    2 years ago
    Updated: 2 years ago
    Worst purchase ever - incredibly tough and shuts down when you need it most. First-class dung. Always been for MAC products that I think delivered but this ... WTF
  • Perfect
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    The best router I have had!

    Excellent design, range and performance. As with all other Apple products, the installation really simple. I have previously used both Telia's own router (Technicolor 799vac) and the Linksys EA7500 and both gave very poor range and stability unlike AirPort Time Capsule.

    In addition, working backup function and excellent sound.
  • Good
    5 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Poor range. Get settings. Restarts occasionally. Have had better routers.
  • Excellent
    3 years ago
    Updated: 3 years ago
    Stable and good performance both on the network and backup. Have used backup after replacing the hard drive when the cloned disk tangled with user accounts.
  • Excellent
    6 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    My criteria for a purchase:
    - Stylish Design.
    - AC and 5GHz networks.
    - NAS with at least 2TB.
    I chose this because it was stylish and my goal was to get the 5GHz and that it would be fairly future-proof with the new AC.

    Tests and scope:
    According to tests online so this Capsule WAN to LAN throughput - 325Mbit (Download). , Contrast with the Asus AC66U having 800+ Mbits.
    On the Upload page has Capsule LAN to WAN throughput - 685Mbit. , Contrast with the Asus AC66U having 800+ Mbits.
    I have 100 / 100Mbit Internet at home and probably will not upgrade for a while so this Apple product will do just fine Wifi.
    The range of 5GHz is short but enough in my apartment (3rd) and 2,4Ghz is ok but collide often with other neighbors 2,4Ghz network, which means I have to change the channel all the time to get the best possible speed of WiFi. Just like other routers, however. To use the Auto Channel does not work well with me because it still crashes a lot with your neighbors.

    I use 2x SSID. One is 2.4GHz and the other for the 5GHz. In this way I get a better idea of ​​what each unit goes on. I and many others have noted that commuting between 2.4 and 5GHz networks with the same SSID, allowing it to lock up and thus get no internet.

    Devices connected to the router:
    2.4GHz: Xbox360, PS3, Nintendo WiiU, HTC Desire, iPhone 4 and Apple Airport Express.
    5GHz: iPad 1, iPad 3, Samsung TV (-2010), MacBook Pro Retina 15 "PC Laptop, Apple TV (generation 3), iPhone 5, iPhone 5S and iPhone 6plus.
    With all the devices connected and if anything should happen, I would have trouble knowing if it is 2.4 or 5GHz network that causes trouble. Therefore separated SSID best option for me.

    Recommendation:
    I recommend a buy if you want to quickly get started on their wireless networks. This router is extremely easy to get started with. More advanced settings are missing but then it is just to buy another router or buy a premium to have them with advanced settings.
  • Perfect
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Have had it for a couple weeks and it works like clockwork, especially compared to the one I had before (Dlink-645) that messed much.
    Coming up in outrageously high-speed wifi on AC units, 125 Mbps down and 15 up (at 100/10 broadband).
    The wireless backup with Time Machine in Mac works brilliant, so nice not having to manage backups manually.
    It is sleek and stylish is just a bonus.
  • Very good
    4 years ago
    Updated: 4 years ago
    Satisfied, but better you can!

    + Awesome coverage and speed, beat the previous router + double extenders (130kvm Single storey)
    + Irresponsible, can clearly stand in front
    + 2TB NAS
    + WPS, for printer
    + Airport tool in the iPhone, trouble-free operation and monitoring.

    Bought this as my previous network was incredibly slow and unstable, especially when it comes to AirPlay. Have run with this a couple of weeks now and Airplay has never connected down like it did before.

    - Do not go to backup iPhone / iPad !? ONLY on a Mac computer .... hoping you kidding !? Stuck with 2GB limit on iCloud ...
  • Terrible
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    My stopped working after about 6 months. The error message The internal hard disk needs to be repaired.

    Can not recommend as a security / backup Buy without a hard drive instead
  • Perfect
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    Think it works 100%, had it about six months now. Never even noticed it, it just stands there and delivers broadband wireless with verve, good range and fast connection. Uses only Macs can affect :)
    As a backup, the PRAISEWORTHY, one finds not here for that, but everything is handled only in secret. Recommended!
  • Good
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    Bought for around a week ago and it's night and day to my last Wi-Fi, with the explanation that it was certainly the 6-7years old.

    Otherwise I am very happy that I have my "infrastructure" at home with Apple gadgets and some Windows PC. But I feel that this Wi-Fi is always ready when I need nets.

    The only negative thing is that a very bright sound if one may say so, you can let something when your disk is running, does not sound so loud .. but feels like a dog or cat would react to it ..?! (Though this would not be so, I had raised the point one step).

    Besides the above-mentioned light interference, so I'm happy with my Capsule, do not need to worry about backups, so to speak.
  • Very good
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    That this is user weighs heavily and then it is stylish enough to be standing there! Using it as a router connected to a Netgear CG3700 with ComHem 100Mbps. No problems whatsoever with the transmission rates.
  • Good
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    I have almost only good things to talk about Time Capsule. It looks good, it works terrible well with both 2.4GHz and 5GHz (automatically via the Airport Utility) and it's basically dead silent if it does not do a backup - then you can hear a faint whistling.

    It's also where it fails: it can not be effectively set up Time Capsule to stop doing backup EVERY HOUR! There is absolutely no logic to back up so often and it lowers its rating enough, I think.

    Of course, Apple makes products that are easy to use, to the user, but to be able to set something as simple as WHEN it should perform a backup should be reasonable to include.

    Third-party applications from unknown developers is nothing I want to be installed to deal with my backup, that Apple should understand.
  • Excellent
    5 years ago
    Updated: 5 years ago
    Like much else from Apple Airport Time Capsule is very simple to get started. It has all the features most other equivalent WLAN router, plus support for Macs TimeCapsule backup feature.
    I lower the score slightly to OS X Mavericks AirPort utility hides some features and does not allow users to configure the Router part fully. I have an old Airport Utility 5.6.1, which I use for example. to configure syslog server (send airport logs to a syslog server). (Syslog-ng on my Linux home server).

    Otherwise, "Midnight" Review is very good.