Loc: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
A few days ago, I received my new Airport Extreme base and the 802.11n implementation is much better than the Linksys Wireless-N.. To name a couple of advantages:<br>- I transfer files between my MacBookPro (wireless) and the eMac (ethernet) at rates of 9MB/sec<br>- I have our old HP laser printer connected to its USB port, which feels much faster (the printer pulls a new paper 1 second after I hit enter - text file).<br><br>Out of curiosity, did anybody try to connect a USB hub to the Airport Extreme? This way I can share both a printer and a hard disk over the home network.<br><br>...<br>** DigitalEye **
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