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Can I put a hard drive instead of a printer on the airport express?


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Hey, I was wondering if I could use the airport express to make my desktrop more wireless. I have a powerbook G4, Wireless Mouse & Keyboard. I already have a wireless router, and was interested in getting the airport express just for streaming my audio to my speaker system (will it stream all audio, or just iTunes?) and I was also wondering if I could connect a USB hard drive up to the USB slot and be able to access it that way? Let me know if i can do this. Thanks in advance.

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No you can only connect printers via USB

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Thats an interesting idea though.

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what normaly connects to that usb port?

linksys sells stuff that connect to you AV system that allow you to stream audio and video to it.

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