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Dane-Elec myDitto


$250.00 Released March, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Raid 1 and 0 support. No software needs to be installed - it is simply run off the USB key. Simple to use for non-techies to access their home data from anywhere.

The Cons:No eSATA port. No good if you lose your USB keys easily.

The Dane Elec myDitto is a network storage device that's simple and straight-forward, which makes it a great device any individual can use. A high-end model because it uses advanced technology, the product lets owners access storage by connecting it to their network and using the myDitto USB key with any Internet-attached device.

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With two USB. 2.0 ports and an Ethernet port, the Dane Elec myDitto is a lot easier to use and provides less headaches than other network storage devices available on the market.

Features

  • 1TB storage
  • USB 2.0 ports
  • Ethernet port
  • Compact and lightweight
  • Up to 4TB storage
  • Spring 2010 release

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    Raid 1 and 0 support

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    no software needs to be installed - it is simply run off the USB key

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    simple to use for non-techies to access their home data from anywhere

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    NAS unit offers an energy efficient method of storing files on a network (without the need for an online PC host)

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    useful for tech-enthusiasts who would use a power wasting 'server' online to access their files remotely from the NAS

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    NAS unit includes USB ports for external storage expansion

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    comes with 2 USB keys - in case you lose one, or have multiple users

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    compatible with all operating systems

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    allows you to create additional USB keys by plugging them into the NAS

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    lost USB keys are not a security risk - requires users to enter a password once plugged in

Cons
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    no eSATA port

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    no good if you lose your USB keys easily

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