Apple beefs up its Time Capsule to 2TB

Time capsule

Apple has launched a new version of its Time Capsule backup device with a 2TB capacity.

The wireless product works automatically with Time Machine in Mac OS X Leopard and comes with a Wi-Fi base station, allowing you and a number of other machines to access it remotely from anywhere in the house.

It has dual band support and is compatible not only with a Mac but other Apple tech such as the iPhone or iPod.

The 2TB version comes in at 379, but Apple has reduced the original 1TB to 229.

It is available from today in the UK via Apple's online store.

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