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    Netgear ReadyNAS 102 Review – A Feature Rich NAS, Made Easy

    When it comes to NAS boxes, traditionally they have not been something that the average consumer uses. Instead, NAS boxes have been more of a prosumer toy. And this is for good reason – and that is that most NAS boxes are complex to install and use. This is a shame, since whether they know […]

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    Buffalo Announces BuffaloLink and Easiest Ever Router UI

    Buffalo gets it. NAS drives and advanced routers aren’t technically for the faint-of-heart. The basic features are easy enough, but to take advantage of the best features can be like rocket science to most. Buffalo has just announced BuffaloLink, a cloud service for easily accessing your home NAS data from anywhere in the world, and they […]

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    Pogoplug Video Review

    Just watch the clouds go by. We all want our own personal cloud don’t we? With Pogoplug Video you can have just that. Not the white fluffy kind, but the Amazon, Apple juggernaut kind. Pogoplug Video allows you to make everything on your hard drive available and accessible anywhere you like. Feel like going on […]

  • Seagate GoFlex Home Gives Time Capsule a Run for Its Money

    Hot on the heels of their new GoFlex family of hard drives, Seagate has released their new GoFlex Home network storage system. This device connects to a wireless router so that everyone in your home can easily access files and also backup their files wirelessly and continuously, whether they’re a Mac or a PC. Yes, […]

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    Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Net and GoFlex Review

    FreeAgent GoFlex – The World’s Most Upgradable Portable Hard drive Seagate’s FreeAgent line has just released a unique new ultra-portable hard drive; it’s upgradable. Out of the box, GoFlex is a USB 2.0 hard drive, but pop off the detachable USB interface and snap on a different interface and you can turn it into a […]