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Freecom 500GB Network Drive - £99.99 @ Tesco Direct

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This Freecom 500GB Network Drive is a stylish yet cost-effective network storage device with USB connectivity, offering you an ideal storage upgrade. This network drive is simple to use, by connecting the Network Drive to your router or switch, run the configuration wizard and have instant access to the drive from any PC within your network.

Not only can you also configure your settings to access data via the internet, making your data available for you anywhere in the world, and this network drive also lets you use it as a standalone USB 2.0 hard drive, where you can simply connect and access it to any PC.

This Freecom device has a speed of 7200rpm...
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Advanced warning...this will get cold
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stevetynant;8365208


looks good to me.

I am not the biggest fan of Freecom stuff anyway. (Support is poor)
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how can they call this a network drive when it doesnt have ethernet?
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Or: http://www.morecomputers.com/extra.asp?pn=33516

In stock and cheaper than the Amazon offering.

Anyone know if you can take the discs out and fit larger ones?
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starwarsclark;8369969
Or: http://www.morecomputers.com/extra.asp?pn=33516

In stock and cheaper than the Amazon offering.

Anyone know if you can take the discs out and fit larger ones?


VERY interesting.
These have been MASSIVELY more expensive in the past, they are old now, but all the more interesting for it!
It seems that it can take a total of THREE discs, max of 1500Gb total!
Runs on Microsoft Windows Storage Server 2003 R2 Standard Edition.

How it will get on with Win7 etc. is another issue, and I would want it to support uPnP for my media which I can't confirm it has, but surely being Windows based it would? Hmm, it seems not! :-(


Some specs on here:
http://www.compumusic.com/i261424.htm

UPDATE**********************

Manual here... Iomega stuff is not at all Vista & Windows 7 friendly!

No UPnP either from what I see, but 3 RAID options

http://www.iomega.com/support/manuals/250dseries/en/consolidated/main.html#nas250d2

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