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Hi All,

My household has a MacBook, 2 iPhones, Apple TV and we are about to take delivery of an all singing all dancing iMac 27".

So here's the challenge. I want to link all of the above but also want to add a hard drive (up to 2TB) so that everything syncs and backs up wirelessly, but don't want to spend a fortune. Can anyone suggest the ideal home network solution for all of the above?

Your help is greatly appreciated.

Dave
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Well - the Time Capsule is the obvious choice - but with a little more legwork you can pick the NAS solution of your preference.
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