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I'm a total Apple addict, as you might tell.

2004 Airport Express

My Dad was going through some stuff and happened upon a retired Airport Express Base Station from 2004. This is the original 802.11b/g version.

I used to have an 802.11n version back in 2008. I returned it after a week it because it didn’t solve my Internet problems where I was living at the time. I should have kept it, but $100 bucks is $100 bucks. I was very happy to take this off my Dad’s hands.

Too bad he didn’t keep the box, but I’m not one to look a gift horse in the mouth.

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It’s always a pleasure adding another Apple product of years gone by to the shelves. All my other Base Stations are up on the wall and this little guy doesn’t hang, so next to the iPods it goes. Being white, it looks like it belongs there.

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