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Square One handles routing and file-server tasks

updated 12:15 pm EST, Fri March 9, 2007

Square One router/server

The Square One by Quad Micro Works is a part of the growing trend of file servers aimed at home users. The difference, however, is that the Square can also be used as an 802.11g router and print server; knowledgable users can turn it into an FTP or Apache web server. The Square is Vista and Mac OS X compatible, and holds up to 320GB, which can be accessed either via wireless or through six Ethernet ports. Camera users will appreciate the eight-in-one card reader, which enables the likes of CF and SD cards to be accessed from anywhere on a network. The server should be available now for an average cost of $399, though Amazon is selling it for $385. [via Gearlog]



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