Absolute garbage. In fact, it is now in the garbage.
Todd G, Amazon
4 January 2015
Summary: This piece of junk died 18 months after purchase, just like so many others. Apple wouldn't replace the product because the serial number didn't fall within their parameters for extended warranty replacement. I spoke with AppleCare reps, who said they couldn't do anything for me. Apple's reputation took a bit hit for me after this purchase.
Summary: I have had this device for two years and still havnt been able to figure it out. I took it to the apple store three times and theres some issues with my laptop preventing me from transferring my images over..... boo.
Summary: I bought this a few years ago and I was very happy with this. But one day I came home and had not wifi not to mention it was not backing up. I called Apple at the time and we tried resetting it and a couple times it worked but then stopped. It was by then out of warranty. Turns out I had bought a refurbished one at BEST BUY incase I upgraded my harddrive to a bigger one. I am using still the refurbished one.
Summary: This is an easy to setup product, but the compact design seemed to lead to overheating and premature hardware failure. Some pros and cons (below). You can configure this unit into Bridge Mode so that your WiFi devices will be on the same LAN segment as your Ethernet wired devices. You can add Airport Express units and have them share the same SSID so that as you move around your location you switch seamlessly from one Wi Fi device to another Ours worked well for 14...
Summary: This product will die unexpectantly on you. I was shocked when mine randomly quit working and I was furious when I found a forum (on apple's website under discussions.apple titled "Time Capsule Dead??") showing 74 PAGES with approximately 15 posts per page of people with the exact same problem. Phone support from Apple provided no help. How could Apple have such a defective product and do nothing about it???