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NewerTech Intros "miniStack NAS"

Portable NAS solution

| Storage News | Posted: Aug 15, 2007 12:08 am

Newer Technology have announced a neat little portable NAS (Network Attached Storage) solution to the market which can be easily attached to an existing network using ethernet, as well as having USB 2.0 connectivity too.

 

NDAS technology is also embedded on the miniStack NAS, which means not only is your data protected from unwanted intruders, but it also makes for easier setup without the need for TCP/IP settings etc.

 

The miniStack NAS comes in a range of capacities from as low as 80GB through to 750GB.

 

For full details grab the official announcement here.

 


Based on the award-winning miniStack, winner of Macworld Magazine "Top Product," MacAddict Magazine "Editor's Choice," and 123macmini.com "Accessory of the Year" Awards, miniStack NAS addresses the growing trend of computers as the hub of home entertainment by offering a shared local drive for wired or wireless networked computers for drag-and-drop sharing and storage. It is the ideal server for the digital lifestyle because it offers storage capacities up to 750GB, the ability to stream multimedia and HD files to UPnP(tm) (Universal Plug and Play) compatible media players, and easy set-up by eliminating complicated network TCP/IP configurations.

 

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