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Netgear ships a-la-carte network storage box

updated 10:45 am EDT, Mon July 9, 2007

Netgear Storage Central T

Netgear this morning officially shipped its Storage Central Turbo network storage device. Intended as much for the home and work, the device loads up to two desktop-sized Serial ATA drives of the user's choice and shares them across up to a gigabit Ethernet network. This lets it handle even live HD video streams in real-time, Netgear says. Specialized storage area network techniques let users upgrade relatively easily by just adding more of the SCT devices to the network, while SmartSync software allows redundant backups between drives and to guard folders against public access or for individual users.

NetGear offers the Storage Central Turbo solely as an empty device, with drives to be added later; it arrives soon at online and physical resellers for $200 and works with virtually any operating system that can access network drives.



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  1. GORDYmac

    Mac Elite

    Joined: Dec 1999

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    Are you sure?

    Are you sure this one is Mac compatable? The other network storage box they have isn't.

  1. GORDYmac

    Mac Elite

    Joined: Dec 1999

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    Whatever...

    This one is Windows only too.

  1. Herod

    Fresh-Faced Recruit

    Joined: Jun 2007

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    windows only....

    were we surprised?

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