Reviews and Problems with Apple AirPort Extreme Base Station / MD031
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This router exceeded our expectations in every way!
9 November 2013
Summary: We were struggling with an ancient first gen Apple router that was intermittent and incompatible with my Kindle wireless connection. Purchased this one as lightly used and just one generation from the current model. The hookup was easy and the performance exemplary. Fast, flawless, compatible.
Summary: I was was able to configure this device in less than 5 minutes. Configuration was done on my Iphone 5. All wireless devices and users were connected effortlessly. Areas in house that had no internet before now have 2 bars. Very very satisfied wi...
Summary: Selected this router to upgrade an old wireless B/G router. I needed several wired ports (AirPort Extreme has 3) as well as fast WiFi in order support all my devices. I have 3 PC's, several XBox's and many apple devices. The router has worked flawlessly. It has much better signal strength throughout my house compared to my old router. Apple has a newer version router that replaced this one so the price was in line with what I am willing to pay.
Summary: I have been wanting to pick up an apple wireless router for some time. While visiting my daughter and using hers, I decided to make the purchase. This is an excellent router though I'm not sure it is as fast as my old router. I haven't had any problems with it and would recommend one to anyone interested.
Summary: I recently purchase a MacBook Pro and it was operating extremely slow. After hours of troubleshooting, speed testing, & research I came to the conclusion that it had to have been my dated router. After researching which router would best suit my needs I came to the Extreme because most of my products are Apple it was logical.
Summary: Beast router. Well constructed like any Apple product. I'm not a Apple fanboy...I'm a tech fanboy and I like this tech. I had a Netgear router before with DDWRT and although it was fine for it's day, the Apple router beats the snot out of it.