“Apple sells a range of different Wi-Fi routers, known as AirPort base stations. There are three available: AirPort Extreme, AirPort Express and Time Capsule,” Lou Hattersley writes for Macworld UK.
“If you haven’t got an Apple AirPort Extreme or Time Capsule, and are looking to improve your Wi-Fi network, we recommend you get one of Apple’s base stations. Both are superb devices that offer a range of features and better performance than most routers on the market,” Hattersley writes. “It’s easy to use an AirPort Extreme or Time Capsule to set up a network. The only real differentiation between the devices is whether you also want to create wireless backups. ”
Hattersley writes, “The AirPort Express could be purchased as an additional device at a later point if you decide to expand the network, although it is good for creating a small network on the fly (you could pop one in your suitcase when you head off on holiday for example) and offers an AirPlay audio feature missing from other devices here – it may well get an update soon.”
Much more in the full review here.