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Is Apple Airport Express MB321LL/A [NEWEST VERSION] capable of HD video streaming?
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Yes, depending on what you are streaming to, and your connection speed, but I have no issues streaming from my iMac to my media player.

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I want to use it for Netflix on a Macbook Pro.
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