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So my wireless internet was running really so to determine whether it was the router or my ISP, used a wired connection, Modem to Macbook. My internet is as fast as ever.

The only problem is, I want to take my macbook around the house so would getting a new router solve this problem.

I really need an external hard drive aswell so I figured I'd kill two birds with one stone and look into the Time Capsule.

It seems perfect for what need but I'm worried it's not going to work fast even though it uses g
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So my wireless internet was running really so to determine whether it was the router or my ISP, used a wired connection, Modem to Macbook. My internet is as fast as ever.

The only problem is, I want to take my macbook around the house so would getting a new router solve this problem.

I really need an external hard drive aswell so I figured I'd kill two birds with one stone and look into the Time Capsule.

It seems perfect for what need but I'm worried it's not going to work fast even though it uses g
Your title says, "Will this solve it?"...but I'm not sure I saw a question in the posting.

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