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Addonics Mini NAS


$70.00 Released November, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Compatible with all popular operating systems. Extremely compact and lightweight. Uses very little power compared to a dedicated file server.

The Cons:Unattractive. Can only fit a single 2.5" drive. Includes small cooling fan.

The Addonics Mini NAS is a tiny network-attached storage device (NAS) that is as large as a small tub. It features a 2.5” drive bay that can be equipped with either a SATA drive (2TB Max) or dual Compact Flash drives (Addonics hard disk CF adapter required) Users also have the option of instead using a Solid State Drive with an optional USB cable.

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Signature to the Mini NAS is that it provides SAMBA, SMB, FTP, HDCP, Printer, UPnP, iTunes, and BitTorrent capabilities. Plus, it is compatible with all major operating systems: Windows, Mac, AND Linux. Additional features include a 10/100 Ethernet port, FTP access for up to 8 simultaneous users, and the ability to share photo/music files stored on the server with Xbox 360 video games consoles.

Features

  • Networked-Attached Storage (NAS)
  • Lightweight and Portable Design
  • 2.5” Single Bay Drive
  • SATA/SDD/Compact Flash
  • Versatile OS Compatibility
  • Ethernet Connectivity
  • Multiple Server Functionalities

Specifications

  • Model #: NAS25HDU2
  • File System: FAT32
  • Weight: 170g
  • Interface: USB-A (printer); USB 2.0/1.1; RJ-45
  • Compatibility (Windows): ALL
  • Compatibility (Mac): 10.5.x or Earlier
  • Compatibility (Linux) 2.6.x+

Supported Functionalities

  • SAMBA
  • SMB
  • FTP
  • DHCP
  • Printer
  • UPnP Media
  • Bit Torrent
  • ITunes Media Server

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    compatible with all popular operating systems

  • 1

    extremely compact and lightweight

  • 1

    uses very little power compared to a dedicated file server

  • 1

    includes USB port for use as a print server with USB only printers

  • 1

    affordable price

Cons
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    unattractive

  • 1

    can only fit a single 2.5" drive

  • 1

    includes small cooling fan

  • 1

    not Gigabit

  • 1

    no eSATA storage expansion / backup

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