9to5mac noticed that Apple's
As 9to5mac speculates, this could mean an impending Time Capsule refresh. We'll take a stab and say 1TB for $300 and 2TB for $500. Letting the current market guide us, external 1TB drives currently go for $100 to $120, and we've seen 2TB models for as low as $235. A decent N router can be had for less than $150. So that's $250 on the low end for 1TB and $385 on the high end for 2TB for a DIY router/storage combo. Drop the prices for the raw components, throw in the so-calledand that range could scale nicely with Apple's current price points. Any other guesses?