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Fantom Drive-G Force Compatible with Time Machine?


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About to purchase the Fantom Drives G-Force 2TB USB 2.0 / eSATA / FireWire Triple Interface Hard Drive (GF2000T). Does anyone know if it is able to connect wirelessly with time machine?
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