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Testseek.com have collected 19 expert reviews of the Apple MB321 AirPort Express Base Station 802.11n and the average rating is 81%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Apple MB321 AirPort Express Base Station 802.11n.
Award: Recommended May 2008
May 2008


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The editors liked

  • New
  • Faster 802.11n wireless standard
  • Same price as the original model
  • Audio streaming capability remains unique
  • Imminently portable because of its small size
  • Easy setup.
  • Oft NetWare Client now Leopard-compatible Nova offers USB HSUPA wireless modem MacWireless claims 200Mbps via powerline adapter Windows and AirPorts Equivalent Network Password Signiant accelerates Final Cut Studio WAN transfers Most Popular 232 Forge...
  • Compact and affordable
  • Easy setup. AirTunes lets you stream iTunes music to your stereo. 802.11n speeds. ProxySTA.
  • Compatible with Mac OS X and Windows XP SP2/Vista
  • Works flawlessly with iTunes
  • Supports 802.11a/b/g/draft n standards
  • USB port sharing.

The editors didn't like

  • Not as fast as other 802.11n routers
  • Cant connect an external hard drive to the USB port
  • No Ethernet ports for wired clients.
  • Ethernet jack only 100base-T
  • USB port doesn’t support AirDisk
  • Wireless-to-wireless performance below that of AirPort Extreme
  • AirTunes must be controlled from your Mac.
  • Doesnt include router or modem
  • No Gigabit Ethernet. No AirDisk.
  • Extension cord optional
  • Audio connecting cables not included
  • 10/100 Ethernet port does not support the faster 1000 standard
  • Only allows audio streaming from iTunes.

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  Published: 2011-04-29, review by: Kenrockwell.com

  • Abstract:  Apple's AirPort Express is a portable plug-the-whole-thing-in-the-wall WiFi base station with 802.11n. It also works as a range extender for an existing WiFi network. Once configured, you can unplug it and pop it in any...

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  Published: 2009-03-10, review by: about.com

  • Abstract:  Works WithiTunes 4.6 of higherMac OS X 10.4 and higherWindows XP SP2 or VistaWorks best with Remote on iPod touch or iPhone The GoodA snap to set up and useMakes streaming music to different rooms simpleEasy to troubleshootTerrific when used with Remot...

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  Published: 2008-07-02, review by: maclife.com

  • Easy setup. AirTunes lets you stream iTunes music to your stereo. 802.11n speeds. ProxySTA.
  • No Gigabit Ethernet. No AirDisk.
  • The Express is better than ever, and a stellar bargain. Thanks, Apple!...

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  Published: 2008-05-20, review by: v3.co.uk

  • Abstract:  The Airport Express is a wireless access point, the new version of which is updated to use the latest high-speed 802.11n wireless technology. However, the Express is not meant to be used for setting up a wireless network, it is primarily designed to be...

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  Published: 2008-05-07, review by: v3.co.uk

  • Compact and affordable
  • Doesnt include router or modem
  • The Airport offers good value as either a wireless print sharer or a music sharer

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  Published: 2008-04-24, review by: macworld.com

  • oft NetWare Client now Leopard-compatible Nova offers USB HSUPA wireless modem MacWireless claims 200Mbps via powerline adapter Windows and AirPorts Equivalent Network Password Signiant accelerates Final Cut Studio WAN transfers Most Popular 232 Forge...
  • Ethernet jack only 100base-T; USB port doesn’t support AirDisk; wireless-to-wireless performance below that of AirPort Extreme; AirTunes must be controlled from your Mac.
  • Macworld Networking Review: AirPort Express (802.11n) Base Station Wi-Fi base station features 802.11n, ProxySTA by Dan Frakes, Macworld.com 0 Comments 0 Product:AirPort Express (802.11n)RatingProsFull-featured 802.11a/b/g/n wireless access point in a ...

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  Published: 2008-03-19, Author: Rich Brown , review by: cnet.com

  • New, faster 802.11n wireless standard; same price as the original model; audio streaming capability remains unique; imminently portable because of its small size; easy setup.
  • Not as fast as other 802.11n routers; cant connect an external hard drive to the USB port; no Ethernet ports for wired clients.
  • Dont pick up a new, 802.11n-enabled AirPort Express if youre looking for superfast wireless networking performance. You should consider it, however, if youre in the market for a new Wi-Fi router that offers portability, ease of use, and the unique a...

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  Published: 2008-03-18, review by: electronista.com

  • Compatible with Mac OS X and Windows XP SP2/Vista, Works flawlessly with iTunes, Supports 802.11a/b/g/draft n standards, USB port sharing.
  • Extension cord optional, Audio connecting cables not included, 10/100 Ethernet port does not support the faster 1000 standard, Only allows audio streaming from iTunes.

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  Published: 2008-03-26, review by: Zdnet.com.au

  • New, faster 802.11n wireless standard, Same price as the original model, Audio streaming capability remains unique, Incredibly portable, Easy setup
  • Not as fast as other 802.11n routers, Cant connect an external hard drive to the USB port, No Ethernet ports for wired clients
  • Dont pick up a new, 802.11n-enabled AirPort Express if youre looking for superfast wireless networking performance. You should consider it, however, if youre in the market for a new Wi-Fi router that offers portability, ease of use, and the unique ...

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  Published: 2008-03-25, review by: cnet.com.au

  • New, faster 802.11n wireless standard, Same price as the original model, Audio streaming capability remains unique, Incredibly portable, Easy setup
  • Not as fast as other 802.11n routers, Cant connect an external hard drive to the USB port, No Ethernet ports for wired clients
  • Dont pick up a new, 802.11n-enabled AirPort Express if youre looking for superfast wireless networking performance. You should consider it, however, if youre in the market for a new Wi-Fi router that offers portability, ease of use, and the unique ...

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