I need to backup all my computer data. I'm thinking of buying 3 External Hard Drives and connect them to Airport Extreme. Can I do this?
The constraint is be the number of ports available on your USB hub.
Any connected hard drives should appear in Mac OS X. Use a self-powered usb hub and connect hard drives your hub. Only then will multiple external drives have enough power to run.
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As shown on the Apple website, the Airport Extreme has only one USB port:
However, you can use a USB hub to connect multiple devices to it.
(I also wouldn't be surprised if Apple eventually creates a Thunderbolt-compatible version of the Airport Extreme — and Thunderbolt devices can be daisy-chained, so you might be able to connect more than one hard drive at a time.)
For a single hard drive, you might also like the Time Capsule which has an integrated hard drive.
For a more flexible and heavy-duty solution for multiple drives, you could use something like Drobo.
Yes you can - Apple's web site says "multiple printers, multiple hard drives" and mentions using them with a USB hub.
Don't expect fancy NAS or RAID features though, you will just be able to share the existing partitions.