Network Storage

  • PS3 Slim was supposed to have network storage (that is, no local hard drive)

    PS3 Slim was supposed to have network storage (that is, no local hard drive)

    Did you know that, at one point, Sony considered constructing the PS3 Slim around the concept of network storage? That is, instead of there being local storage (hard drive, memory cards, etc.) you’d store all of your data on Sony’s servers then retrieve said data over the Internet. Now that would have been radically different. Read More

  • LG announces Wi-Fi capable NAS

    LG announces Wi-Fi capable NAS

    It’s all about the home network storage these days. As more and more companies jump into the ring with their products, it’s all about the added features. It’s not enough just to build a basic device these days, everyone wants added features. LG is throwing their hat into the ring with the N2R1. Read More

  • Review: PogoPlug USB hard drive network sharing

    Review: PogoPlug USB hard drive network sharing

    We wrote about the PogoPlug NAS adapter in January, and I was excited to see what it could do. I finally got my review model, and this little gadget does a pretty good job of living up to the hype. Read on for the whole scoop. Read More

  • Review: Iomega StorCenter ix2 Network Storage

    Review: Iomega StorCenter ix2 Network Storage

    Reviewing a NAS is probably not at the top of my list of things to do, but the Iomega ix2 is a dead simple network storage solution that works well. The model I reviewed is the 2TB variety and I finally caved and started backing up my files. Even though I set it up RAID 1 style, 1TB was ample enough to handle all of my content with plenty of room to spare. I wouldn’t recommend this to… Read More

  • I-O Data Shows Off Next-Gen Landisk Home Network Storage Amid Much Secrecy

    I-O Data Shows Off Next-Gen Landisk Home Network Storage Amid Much Secrecy

    Gabbo, Gabbo, Gabbo! That’s how I-O Data is introducing its new Landisk home network storage dealie. (Think of it like an Apple TV, just with more built-in storage and less panache.) It’s an evolution of their old Landisk, now with Gigabit Ethernet and room for four hard disks. For whatever reason, I-O Data chose to shroud its launch in secrecy, telling us—in Japanese, no… Read More