AirPort Express combines many features into a tidy, portable package

“In the rapidly growing realm of Wi-Fi, consumers can choose from dozens of products that untether their computers from wires while still giving them access to the Internet. But Apple Computer’s new AirPort Express does it in a trim ivory package that exemplifies Apple’s vaunted design prowess,” Clint Swett writes for The Sacramento Bee.

“Like Apple’s wildly popular iPod music player, the AirPort Express doesn’t do anything really new. Its genius is that it packs a host of attractive functions into a small package – this one about the size of a deck of cards – giving users the ability to connect wirelessly to the Internet, stream music to their home stereos and let them print wirelessly to USB printers… AirPort Express does an admirable job of combining a number of features into a tidy, portable package,” Swett writes.

Full article here.

10 Comments

  1. To Mac User:
    That’s excellent, but I wish that Apple would more aggressively advertise their products that work with PCs. I get tired of giving sales pitches to all the PC folks I know. People are still discovering that the iPod is cross platform…

    BTW – Where did you find the numbers on this?

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