Now Seagate Has a Really Simple, Really Cheap Home NAS Solution

Recently the manufacturing trend in mainstream network storage has been to eschew using Microsoft's Windows Home Server packages, which is basically a low-powered PC, and coming up with their own proprietary machines. Seagate's? Basically just a hard drive. » 7/19/10 8:00am 7/19/10 8:00am

The MyDitto NAS Could Be The Simplest Cloud-Accessible Storage Solution

If you are looking for a network storage solution that you can access remotely, the MyDitto could be one of the simplest and surprisingly cost effective solutions out there. » 1/06/10 12:15pm 1/06/10 12:15pm

Iomega Ix2-200 NAS Review: It Does All This?

Iomega's Ix2-200 NAS shows that you don't need to run Microsoft's Windows Home Server to take care of everything a home, or even a small business, needs for its network storage. It's just surprising that it's this cheap. » 10/24/09 8:00am 10/24/09 8:00am

Western Digital's My Book World Edition II Offers 4TB of RAID Network…

WD's new NAS drives, the My Book World Edition II, packs either 2 or 4TB of storage in a dual-drive RAID array. It seems like a pretty solid system for those dangerously paranoid about the safety of their data. » 6/24/09 8:00am 6/24/09 8:00am

HP LX195 Budget Windows Home Server Review

The Gadget: HP's LX195, their stripped-to-the-core (but Apple Time Machine capable) implementation of the Windows Home Server, which comes with a 640GB internal drive, but can only be expanded via the four USB ports in the back. » 5/26/09 2:20pm 5/26/09 2:20pm

Thecus N0204 miniNAS Makes the Unfortunate Claim of "World's Smallest…

I can't think of another product category less served by the ol' "world's smallest" tag that gadget-makers continuously foam over than network storage drives. But, of course, here we have the "world's smallest" NAS. » 3/31/09 11:50am 3/31/09 11:50am

Linksys Media Hub Babysits Your Video, Music and Pics, Streaming…

The Gadget: Linksys' Media Hub seems like a server, since it backs up data, gathers your media files automatically, and streams media over IP, but it's more like a super functional NAS drive with RAID support. » 1/07/09 12:00am 1/07/09 12:00am

Iomega Home Media Network Drive Packs NAS Goodies For Cheap

Iomega's Home Media Network Hard Drive comes in 500GB and 1TB packages for $160/$230 repsectively—a good look, especially when considering the drive's AFP/SMB support, UPnP/iTunes servers and Gigabit Ethernet. » 1/05/09 8:40am 1/05/09 8:40am

Datto ZR Series Network Storage and Offsite Backup Lightning Review

The Gadget » 11/04/08 4:40pm 11/04/08 4:40pm: An updated version of , which still has the offsite network backup, but adds Gigabit Ethernet, RAID and ZFS (among a few other things). It's targeted towards home businesses, professionals and small offices where they need a convenient internet backup service that's automated and easy to use, and can…

LG's N4B1 Network NAS Auto-Backs-Up Your Files to Blu-ray Disc

Though it sounds more like a droid-designation than a useful product, the N4B1 from LG is a combined network HDD bay and Blu-ray disc recorder: Much better than pairing a BDR-recorder with a VHS drive » 8/25/08 5:10am 8/25/08 5:10am. It's got space for up to four HDDs inside (supporting up to 4TB total capacity) and three USB ports and an extra…

Newertech's miniStack NAS Brings Network Storage on the Cheap

With the Mac Mini-styled exterior, the miniStack NAS from Newertech lets you share up to 750GB of your junk over the network with other computers. It's got a USB 2.0 port, a 10/100 Ethernet port and the ability to service up to 20 simultaneous PC or Mac users. All this for a low price of $79 for an empty add-your-own… » 8/14/07 6:20pm 8/14/07 6:20pm