Summary: It's a router, it's a speaker medium, it's a print server. The beast is here. Apple introduces the Airport Express and the audience finds it revolutionary. I use this for its Airplay Function.
Summary: Who knew such a little box could add so much functionality? I purchased this Express hoping to extend my wireless range to the far corners of my house. I didn't even realize what it could do when I first bought it - when I learned, I went and bought another one. (and then a third!
Summary: Note: I'm not a Mac user, I just own a Airport Extreme Router and found myself in a position where half of my home had no coverage. The Airport express is completely wireless (except for it's power requirement), small/compact (so easily hidden behind a couch), and dead easy to configure.
Summary: I've used AirPort Expresses for many years now, and I've had nothing but good experiences with them. That said, please note that, as of today (June 9, 2012), this is no longer the latest version, and the newest version seems better. I would at least look at it prior to buying this.
Summary: I know loving Apple is the totally cool, hipster thing to do, but I have to admit that I love them anyway. I've had this router for years, and it just works. Plug it into the wall, plug the internet in, set up your name and password, and you're good to go.
Summary: as with all things apple you just need to follow the easy instructions. In this case you simply plug in the unit and then on one of your computers that is wireless you just open up Utilities and airport and install. Let your machine do the work and you are done.
Summary: I have had several wireless home networks for years with several wireless routers. I have some issues in my 2 story home with reception right up stairs from the router and far end of the house, where my son has a laptop and ps3.
Summary: I got each of my kids one of these for their rooms - it extends my wireless network and lets them play their music remotely. I have also started using it to wake up my son. I fire up iTunes from downstairs and start it off pretty quiet and then blast him out of bed with a little AC/DC!
Summary: I have three of these. I use them at home to blanket my property with a nice strong 802.11n wireless network. Wherever we are with our portable devices, we are automatically connected with a full-strength signal. But that's not all.