I-O Data Intros Single-Drive NAS Server for Homes

It would qualify as an external HDD if it didn't have LAN instead of USB

Since HDDs have such high capacities now that they can actually play the role of network-attached storage devices individually.

I-O Data has taken advantage of this. It has formally introduced the LANDisk HDL-AS, a NAS server in either 2 TB or 3TB.

One Gigabit Ethernet port is available for connection to any existing network.

The sustained throughput can go as high as 90 MB/s and the software included with the purchase allows for programmed recording of data streams, among other things.

Sales will start in the middle of February 2013. The 2 TB NAS will have a price of 26,565¥ ($292 / 215-292 Euro) and the 3Tb will sell for 36,645¥ ($403 / 297 Euro).

I-O Data's item measures 45 x 138 x 168 mm / 1.77 x 5.43 x 6.61 inches and weighs 1.2 kilograms / 2.64 pounds.


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