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Is there a router out there that you can plug external HDs to via firewire 800 and a printer via USB 2.0? I don't want to spend that much money on Airport Extreme or Time Capsule (because i already have 1.25 TB worth of external space) and Airport Express doesn't have these features.

I have an iMac and a MBP, and it would be really convenient to get it all WiFied out.

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Here's one you can look at. Out of stock though. You may be able to find it elsewhere. You didn't mention where you were located - The USR unit that's out of stock is sold in the UK.

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I'm in california

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