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Thursday March 20, 2008 11:38 pm

AirPort Express 802.11n unboxing gallery

AirPort Express - 802.11n Wi-Fi

A few days ago, released the new AirPort Express with 802.11n Wi-Fi built-in. The release signified the completion of Apple’s wireless router line moving to the 802.11n Draft 2.0 standard, and they kept the price at an affordable $99 USD. We went down to the local Apple Store to pick one of these up to use alongside our AirPort Extreme and , which means we have a beefy N network rocking here at Gear Live HQ. Using the three in tandem is fantastic, especially for wireless support.

We just put up an AirPort Express 802.11n unboxing gallery. We’ve got a good 12 images up there for your perusal giving you a look at how compact the AirPort Express wireless router is, as long as the ports and the power connector, among other things. Go give it a look.


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Apple is always going to on the cutting edge of technology. this is just another example of apples strength in the computer world.
I love my mac.

The price of this product isn’t bad, it doesn’t weigh much, and it’s light also!  I like how it allows you to take advantage of wireless wherever you go.  I found it interesting that it features the new IEEE 802.11N technology (which is still being ratified) because with this technology it has quicker data rates!


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