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USA Today looks at Airport Express

updated 01:45 pm EDT, Thu August 26, 2004

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USA Today has . "So did Jobs get it right or wrong with Apple's freshest music innovation, AirPort Express?" asks columnist Edward Baig, "The answer is, he did and he didn't." Baig writes: "I was mostly interested in AirPort Express for streaming music around my house. This capability also worked as advertised, but I was left wanting more. [...] There is no remote control. To alter or stop a tune or playlist, you must retreat to the computer and go into iTunes. Moreover, you can pipe music only to one set of speakers at a time [...] There is much to like about this first version of AirPort Express. But I suspect music man Jobs is already on a mission to compose something even better."




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  1. MusicMan

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    link to story? :)

    http://www.usatoday.com/tech/columnist/edwardbaig/2004-08-25-baig_x.htm

  1. jscotta

    Joined: Dec 1969

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    There is a good positive…

    …piece. Talking about what is good about the current product yet explaining what more he would like to have while adding that he expects, with Apple's track record, that there is more to come.

    That is so far from the articles that say things like,"Great Products Only Delaying Apple's Demise". I am so sick of those type of articles and the authors that write them.

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