BYTECC is a relatively new company having only been around since 2001. These folks specialize in USB devices and their main goal is to have a product line that is user friendly. But USB isn't the only things that BYTECC puts out as our review today proves.
While we've seen any number of external hard drive enclosures, just about every single one of them is accessed through either the USB or IEEE1394 (Firewire) ports. The LanDisk, as the name implies, relies on networking a hard drive - it's a NAS product or Network Attached Storage. This puts a new twist on external storage from what we've become accustomed to.
So relax for a moment as we take a look at this LanDisk device and try to see how well it works, and more importantly, if it is something that needs to be added to our wish list of future purchases!
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