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Apple AirPort Extreme Basisstation 1000Mbit/s Power over Ethernet (PoE) WLAN access point

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With a WLAN (Wireless Local Area Network) access point you can build your own wireless network and share network resources like printers and storage space. You can even share one internet connection with your entire wireless local area network by connecting your access point (by Ethernet) to your (A)DSL or cable modem with built in router/DHCP server!
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Long product name Apple AirPort Extreme Basisstation 1000Mbit/s Power over Ethernet (PoE) WLAN access point :
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Short summary description Apple AirPort Extreme Basisstation 1000Mbit/s Power over Ethernet (PoE) WLAN access point:
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Apple AirPort Extreme Basisstation, 1000 Mbit/s, 2.4 - 5, FCC, RSS-210, EN 300-328, EN 301-489, EN 301 893, ARIB STD-T66, RCR STD-T33, AS/NZS 4268: 2003, UL 6, 802.11a/b/g; D802.11n2, LEAP,PEAP, 12Vdc, 1.8A
Long summary description Apple AirPort Extreme Basisstation 1000Mbit/s Power over Ethernet (PoE) WLAN access point :

Apple AirPort Extreme Basisstation. Data transfer rate (max): 1000 Mbit/s, Frequency band: 2.4 - 5, Certification: FCC, RSS-210, EN 300-328, EN 301-489, EN 301 893, ARIB STD-T66, RCR STD-T33, AS/NZS 4268: 2003, UL 6. Data link protocols: 802.11a/b/g; D802.11n2. Security algorithms: LEAP,PEAP. Power requirements: 12Vdc, 1.8A. Compatible operating systems: Mac OS X v10.4.8; Windows XP (SP2) / Windows Vista

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Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2011-07-30
Testseek has collected 31 expert reviews for Apple AirPort Extreme Basisstation and the average expert rating is 78 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Testseek to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
78%
Source Review comments Score
mymac.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
Apple AirPort Extreme Base StationCompany: AppleQuietly introduced at Macworld Expo in January, Apples new AirPort Extreme Base Station with 802.11n is a big leap forward but leaves a couple things behind. I was able to borrow one for review courtesy...
90%
macworld.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
Apple’s new AirPort Extreme Base Station solves three major wireless networking problems in one blow: speed, range, and configuration. The gateway also makes sharing multiple printers and hard drives across a network as easy as plugging in a cable. Pro...
Good Significantly faster than previous model; better wireless range; simpler configuration; easy printer and hard drive sharing across network.
Bad No gigabit Ethernet; lacks protection for individual folders on shared hard drives.
Bottom line Apple’s new AirPort Extreme Base Station may have been a long time coming, but it’s worth the wait for anyone whose network needs either greater speed or longer distance. While cheaper 802.11n gateways are already on the market, none matches A...
90%
Laptopmag.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
Superb 802.11n throughput and easy setup make for an amazing dual-band Apple router.
Good Very fast dual-band throughput, USB port for disk sharing, Very easy to configure...
Bad No Gigabit Ethernet, Some Mac-only features...
Bottom line Wonder of wonders: Apple has a new dual-band 802.11n router. One of the first companies to release 802.11b and 802.11g products, Apple carries its understated design, zippy speed, and a few useful extras to the Apple AirPort Extreme. Its a shiny white...
90%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2011-07-30
Having pioneered wireless networking, its no surprise that Apple is one of the first to embrace the new 802.11n flavour. By delivering five times the speed of previous Wi-Fi tech (up to 200MBps), and doubling the range (to a theoretical 50m), 802.11...
Good Looks good, easy to use, supports PCs, dont need to know a hexidecimal password, which is nice...
Bad Relatively expensive. Experienced some drop-offs...
Bottom line The geeky glory of a video-streaming 802.11n Wi-Fi base station, wrapped up with Apple’s legendary style and ease of use...
80%
Digitaltrends.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
If you want a router with 802.11n protocol thats friendly to both Mac and PCs the AirPort Extreme is a good choice.
Good Sleek design Amazing wireless distances & signal strength Potential boost of cable/DSL Internet speeds 802.11n provides better security & potential speeds USB 2.0 port for AirPort Disks & printers Works with both Macs and PCs...
Bad Hefty $179 price tag Sluggish AirPort Disk speeds on local wireless network Only 3 ethernet ports Requires an ‘N’ compatible NIC card to faster speeds...
Bottom line The new AirPort Extreme base station looks awesome and has a useful USB port for connecting printers and drives. Signal strength and wireless range are stellar. The overall results in computer-to-computer data transfer tests show that the 802.11n proto...
80%
maclife.com
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2011-07-30
The new AirPort Extreme Base Station looks like a Mac mini. The first thing that setting up the AirPort Extreme Base Station at home taught us is that instant gratification is possible. Getting the base station set up so we could surf the Web wirele...
Good Fast setup. Mac and PC compatible. Fastest Wi-Fi standard (802.11n) is built in.
Bad Bonjour utility doesnt preload all printer drivers for printer sharing.
Bottom line In our tests, the AirPort Extremes much-hyped capability to operate on the 5GHz spectrum didnt pan out. But the fact that 802.11n is built in sends it to the head of the pack, allowing throughput rates that equaled the speeds we got with a wired con...
80%
computershopper.com
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2011-07-30
The AirPort Extreme Base Station is typical Apple: Good-looking, easy to set up and use, does what it says it does, and just a bit more expensive than its Windows-centric competition. For Mac users who own current Intel-based Apple desktops an...
Good Most elegant router ever; nice feature improvements over previous model; fast, easy setup; software for both Macs and Windows PCs...
Bad Comparatively expensive; like all current 802.11n equipment, mixed mode doesnt deliver top performance; must reboot for changed settings to take effect...
Bottom line We dont recommend it for those with lots of older wireless equipment, but if youre exclusively Mac or have newer Mac and Windows computers and devices sharing a network, consider the AirPort Extreme...
77%
macnews.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
If you’ve got one of Apple’s new Airport Extremes, and want it to sit someone other than on your desk, H-Squared’s Air Mount is an easy-to-install, fairly inexpensive solution for doing this. It lets you mount your Airport Extreme base s...
70%
v3.co.uk
Updated:
2011-07-30
Apple updates its wireless base station...
60%
pcmag.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
The new AirPort Extreme Wireless Base Station is typical Apple: high quality, unique, and a little pricey ($179 direct). Together with a suite of notebook and desktop computers that support 802.11n, this access point gives Apple a solid line of wirel...
Good Can operate at 5 GHz. USB port for sharing a printer or storage device.
Bad Expensive. No Web-based administration interface. Lacks Gigabit LAN ports.
Bottom line This router, though pricey, has some unique features and is an obvious choice for Mac networks...
60%
applematters.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
Moving to California has caused me some interesting issues when setting up my wireless network. Previously, in Portland, we had no issues with our router and wireless network. However, in our new home, we are competing with at least a dozen wireles...
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appleinsider.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
Apples revised AirPort Extreme, introduced at Macworld Expo in January, offers several new features and significant improvements in wireless networking speed and reliability. Whether it is worth the upgrade price to move on up to the new 802.11n wire...
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arstechnica.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
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barefeats.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
"FIVE TIMES FASTER"?We mentioned in our preliminary report on Apple TV that it uses the new 802.11n wireless protocol. Thats helpful when you are streaming video wirelessly instead of doing playback from the Apple TVs local storage. Though Apple TV m...
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wi-fiplanet.com
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2011-07-30
We never understood why Apple, a computer manufacturer, wanted to get into the Wi-Fi business in the first place. Unless it was because the Mac needed special treatment in a wireless network environment. After all, HP, Lenovo et al are content to leave...
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macintouch.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
In 1999, Apple introduced high speed wireless networking to the market with AirPort. Based on Lucents 802.11b hardware, AirPort caught the publics attention and ushered in a new era of convenience. The original Base Station and AirPort cards freed...
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informationweek.com
Updated:
2011-07-30
It offers the option of setting access times if you don want your kids to use the Internet while they should be doing homework, and even lets you pick which band (2.4GHz or 5GHz) to use. When using the 2.4GHz band, any B- or G-equipped device can connect...
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