Apple MA073LL/A AirPort Extreme Base Station
- Wireless networking router based on the 802.11n draft standard
- Backward-compatible with 802.11a/b/g devices
- Up to 5 times faster and twice the range of previous AirPort Extreme Base Station
- USB port turns external hard drives, printers, and other devices into network resources
The sleek, easy-to-use AirPort Extreme Base Station is the perfect wireless access point for home, school or small business. Blazing fast, it delivers up to five times the performance and up to twice the range compared to 802.11g routers. Available for both Mac OS X and Windows, the Airport Extreme Base Station can quickly be set up with the easy-to-use AirPort Utility and connect your DSL or cable modem. Up to 50 others can surf the web, stream video, share photos, and more without wires within minutes. AirPort Extreme uses next-generation 802.11n wireless technology and features multiple antennas to deliver maximum speed and range. You can enjoy up to five times the performance and up to twice the range of 802.11g wireless networks. AirPort Extreme works flawlessly with Apple TV to transfer your media from iTunes on your computer to your TV. It's compatible with 802.11a/b/g wireless clients. Because it's dual-band, you can set it up to work on either the 2.4GHz or 5GHz spectrum, reducing the chance of radio interference.
Apple has updated its highly rated wireless router with faster speed, twice the range, a lower price, and wrapped it all up in a whole new design. The new AirPort Extreme Base Station now has extra Ethernet ports for making wired computer connections and/or sharing network printers. It even has a USB slot, for connecting a USB printer, external hard drive, or other USB device. Also, it works with both Mac and Windows machines.
802.11n is faster, and with a longer range, than 802.11gAbout 802.11n
AirPort Extreme Base Station is compatible with the 802.11n draft specification, the new, all-but-finalized (as of February, 2007) standard for wireless networking, or Wi-Fi. Apple says their 802.11n is up to five times faster than the currently ubiquitous 802.11g. It uses three discreet antennas that not only double its range over previous AirPort base stations, but allows up to 50 simultaneous connections. Unless you're an office manager, school principal or a cafe owner, you probably don't care about that much capacity. Still, it's nice to know you can, say, telecommute over the Internet while someone else in your household is...
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