USB-C MacBook WiFi Routers and Networking GearApple USB-C MacBook folk love wireless! For years we've been tethered with far too may cables and wires tangling up our lives. A growing range of USB-C MacBook compatible wireless computer add-ons and peripherals for OSX and iPad-iPod-iPhone is out there. Wireless networking has been around for years, but has moved from simple routers to those that now incorporate Wi-Fi centralized backup drives. NAS - Network Attached Storage is ideal for multi-USB-C MacBook homes and businesses, for remote TimeMachine backups, and centralized Media Server use for iTunes music, movies and videos - as well as iPhoto libraries.
Apple Branded Wireless RoutersApple's offers 3 great wireless solutions not just for Apple USB-C MacBook or other gadgets - but cross-platform PC environments as well. All adhere to the 802.11 A/B/G Wi-Fi standards for easy and platform-independent connectivity for a wide variety of laptop, desktop computers, iPad, iPhone and other Wi-Fi enabled handheld devices.
|Wireless AirTunes Music||802.11G Airport Router||Wireless USB-C MacBook Backup|
|Apple AirPort Express
Stream iTunes Remotely
Extend Wireless Range
|Dual-Band Base Station
High Network Thruput
3 Ethernet Ports
USB Drive-Printer Port
Wireless 1GB Storage
From the simple Airport Express, to the fully-featured Airport Extreme, to the NAS drive built into Apple's Does-It-All TimeCapsule - Apple offers 3 compelling wireless router solutions. Sure they cost more, but the outright elegance and EASE OF CONFIGURATION is what makes them worth every cent.
3rd-Party Wireless Routers vs Apple AirportIf you're on a budget, 3rd-party routers are far more affordable than Apple's wireless offerings. But for many, configuration and setup can be a bear for USB-C MacBook users. Some 'just work' right out of the box. Other's require rather geeky configuration and slogging thru setup screens in your web-browser to get them up and running.
Best Wireless USB-C MacBook Backup Hard DrivesThere's distinct advantages to using an Apple Time Capsule as your centralized backup source: Excellent integration with OSX Leopard's Time-USB-C MacBookhine backup software, a straightforward Setup Assistant, Apple technical support, and broad support documentation and insights across the internet.
While 3rd party network attached drive solutions may prove to be just as reliable and simple to access - many simply prefer the Apple Way of doing things. For many though, getting a new Apple TimeCapsule may mean replacing an existing Apple AirPort Extreme Base Station and external USB backup drive they may already have to consolidate these features into one. For those with a modern square AirPort Extreme model and an existing USB drive, Apple's AirPort Disk functionality can be a wireless, remote 2-piece backup solution.
Convert A USB Drive Into Network StorageIpevo's come up with compact, simple gadget to turn any existing external USB backup drive into centralized, Ethernet connected USB-C MacBook compatible NAS storage at a low cost. Enjoy remote USB-C MacBook backup from your USB-C MacBookBook or desktop through your router.
Ipevo Mini Network Storage Adapter
USB-C MacBook, PC and Linux Compatible
Even more versatile, Iomega's drive converter supports both wired Gigabit Ethernet as well as Wireless connectivity:
Iomega iConnect NAS
Ethernet OR WiFi Connection
Simply connect the adapter to your wireless network, Airport - or router via it's ethernet port - and use its web browser based configuration utility to prepare the drive for use. Centralize your movies, photos and iTunes music files to use as a Media Server, or as your remote TimeUSB-C MacBookhine backup volume.