Time Capsule is a great product that Apple announced today and will begin shipping in February. Time Capsule is basically a Airport Extreme base station with a 500GB or 1TB hard drive built into it to be used with Time Machine.
Time Capsule will allow you to not only backup one of your computers to the hard drive over Wifi (or eathernet) but you can backup pretty much all of your Macs to Time Capsule.
The pricing for Time Capsule will be $299 for the 500GB version and $499 for the 1TB version (purchase it here).
And in case you haven’t seen it, check out the latest Mac ad talking about Time Machine:
One last thing I’d like to say about this, I wonder if this also means that old Airport Extreme base stations would work the same way when a hard drive is plugged into the USB port?
A wireless router that can not only share broadband internet but can also connect to the internet through dial-up. This way you can always be connected to the internet without having to go find and dust off that old USB modem.
I already talked about my experience with the Fon router and still haven’t been able to get it fixed but it seems that more people are having bigger problems with their Fon routers. Many of the Fon routers are overheating and the case is becoming deformed.