Apple’s Time Capsule

With everything coming on computers, having and then managing backups and communications is getting vital every day. One of the central places to handle backup needs is Apple’s Time Capsule; as a 500GB or 1TB wireless hard drive (using 7,200-rpm SATA drives), it provides central storage as a network drive, plus backup capability, for both Macs and PCs. When used with Mac OS X Leopard’s bundled Time Machine software, it’s simply easy to back up and restore data. As an 802.11n Draft 2.0 wireless router, it can serve as your central connection hub for computers, iPods, wireless printers, and other wireless devices. There are also three Gigabit Ethernet jacks for wired devices. With its USB jack, you can connect a USB printer for sharing across Macs and PCs. Or you can connect a USB hub to share multiple printers and add storage.

Backing up is something we all know we should do, but, ironically, often don’t. And while disaster is a great incentive, now it doesn’t have to be. Because with Time Capsule, the nagging need to back up has been replaced by automatic, constant protection. And even better, it all happens wirelessly, saving everything important, including your sanity.

More than just a wireless hard drive, Time Capsule is also a full-featured AirPort Extreme Base Station with 802.11n technology. Experience a high-speed wireless network and a breakthrough way to back up all the Mac computers on your network. All in one device.

Aptly named, Apple’s Time Capsule is what any savvy concerns need.

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