Summary: I received the product a few days ago and was putting off opening the box and installing the Time Capsule. This was one of the easiest things I have ever installed. I hooked it up in back of a AT&T U-verse modem, installed the CD on my HP desktop and then began the process of connecting all my...
Awesome product with the easiest set up I have ever seen!
Matthew J. Liptak, Amazon
19 August 2009
Summary: Not sure what all the negative talk is about this product. I have an iMac and this was the easiest set up I have ever seen for any type of electronic device. Trust me, I have a lot of gadgets and this one both router set up and time caspule were set up within minutes.
Summary: This is a great router. I have three macs hooked up to it and it does all of the back-ups using time machine. I also have a few PCs that I need to use and have 0 problems getting them on the Internet.
As good as it gets, Wish i would i have bought the 1TB.
J. Lehmann, Amazon
4 August 2009
Summary: the time capsule is easy to set up, and works seamlessly with my imac's time machine back-up program. the range of the wifi signal is better than my old netgear N router, and using the bonjour program, even my windows PCs can print off of my imac.
Easy set-up; impressive wireless range; adding additional USB storage a snap
Mr. Deeds, Amazon
4 August 2009
Summary: I have AT&T DSL which came with an all-in-one 2Wire wireless router. The range was good, but there were parts of the house where we didn't get signal. In addition, I needed an automatic way to backup my MacBook Pro, my wife's MacBook and our HP desktop. Problem = solved with Time Capsule.
Summary: I had alot of trepidations about installing this little bugger but all my concerns were unfounded. It truely is plug and play. My only concern now is using it to wirelessly connect to my Apple macbook, circa 2007 and then there is my Apple TV that is sitting patiently in it's box waiting for the old...
Summary: It works like advertised and looks very nice. Very easy to configure but I wished that there was more control over "Access Control". Would like to be able to limit "Wired" MAC Access Control and not just "wireless".