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Calling Register Hardware readers. What do you think of Apple's Time Capsule? I'm after for a network-connected HD, and this seems the best option - good router, integrated drive, only one power cable.

I don't want a NAS box because I don't need to do FTP, serving etc. I just want a drive that can be shared by a handful of Macs and half a dozen PCs.

I did think about an AirPort Extreme and an external HDD, but the single-cable Time Capsule appeals more. Or can the Extreme use bus-powered USB drives?

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