New Airport Base Station

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  1. eyemacg5 macrumors 6502


    Sep 14, 2006
    Derbyshire, England
    ntroducing the new AirPort Extreme Base Station, the perfect wireless solution for home, school, and business. As it blankets your space with a blazing-fast, secure wireless network, it opens up a world of possibilities for home entertainment, backups, printing, and more.
    5x faster

    With the new AirPort Extreme Base Station, you and up to 50 of your friends, colleagues, or family members can enjoy a robust wireless network offering up to five times the performance and up to twice the range of networks created with the earlier 802.11g standard.1
    Easy as a Mac.

    Setting up a network should be as easy as setting up a Mac. And it is — if you’re using a new AirPort Extreme, which features a completely redesigned setup utility. Just take the AirPort Extreme out of the box. Plug it in. Install the software, and in five minutes or less, you’re good to go.
    Security icon

    Now surf the web, chat, send email, or exchange photos. Print or access a shared hard drive — wirelessly. Set limits for when your kids can access the Internet. Secure your network with a firewall and strong encryption. Even use AirPort Extreme as the perfect companion to the new Apple TV.
    Elegantly simple.

    Just 6.5 inches square and 1.3 inches tall, the new AirPort Extreme features a simple, elegant design that will fit almost anywhere — your desk, a table, a bookshelf, or any flat surface.
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    Superfast, super-compatible.

    The AirPort Extreme Base Station features 802.11n, the next-generation high-speed wireless technology.2 Most shipping Mac computers and some newer PCs with compatible cards include 802.11n, making them ready for the future. And the AirPort Extreme is also compatible with previous Wi-Fi standards — which means the Wi-Fi–enabled systems you’re already using work seamlessly with the new base station.
  2. aswitcher macrumors 603


    Oct 8, 2003
    Canberra OZ

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