Originally Posted by vinea
Except the iphone can already do what the kindle does with the primary difference being size and eInk.
That's like saying "Well my MacBook can read books so we're good."
Originally Posted by burningwheel
Time capsules are priced much lower. check out amazon. are TC stackable?
Lucky for you, in the US. Here in the UK, Amazon's price for the 500GB is 24p cheaper. And the 1TB is £16 MORE...
Originally Posted by bayaryaan
Apple TV...Airport Extreme...Time Capsule...too many different devices. There should be one device that accesses the Internet, acts as a server to hold video and iTunes music (which can be shared...
Originally Posted by oberpongo
With Western Digitals new GREEN 2TB drive available, there will be sure a 2 TB Time Capsule for 499.
I'd prefer a lower price point for 500GB and 1TB. Their price for 1TB is so ridiculously...
Originally Posted by surferfromuk
Normally I treat every suggestion for a product Apple doesn't currently do with a degree of ambivalence but I have to say it again Apple really are acting absurdly stupid in letting the 7 to...
Originally Posted by Rolo
Why couldn't Apple combine the Apple TV with the Mac mini which could also have Time Capsule capability? It'd be a perfect home multimedia server, game machine, backup device, and HDTV add-on for movies...
Originally Posted by whatever00
Monoprice will offer a MiniDP-VGA adapter
Huh... Okay now that's confusing. I stand corrected!
I thought the whole point of a new standard was that it would be digital only. How can they...
Originally Posted by cbw87
But they sell a mini-displayport to DVI adapter: there's no need for mini DVI.
Again, miniDP is digital only. miniDV allows for older PC monitors. Makes perfect sense for PC switchers.