Netgear Adds Storage Options


Netgear’s networked drive allows users to store and access digital content from one central location.

New RND2000 and RND2150 storage solutions allow users to share and store media anywhere that's networked.

Jan. 06, 2008 — by .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

With your ever-growing collection of pirated TV shows—er, home videos, that hard drive, captain… well, she’s going to blow. Netgear aims to solve your storage problems with one of its two new products: the ReadyNAS Duo 2-Bay Gigabit Desktop Network Storage (RND2000) and/or ReadyNAS Duo 500GB Desktop Network Storage (RND2150).

The names might not be catchy, but it’s what’s on the inside that counts—all of your digital media. Each device easily connects to your home network. That way you can keep everything in one place, making it easier to organize as well as access.

Another nifty feature: Just plug in any USB-enabled digital camera, and the ReadyNAS Duo will copy photos, resize images and even create a nice web page for all of your friends and family to admire.

Oh and about those TV shows: The ReadyNAS Duo has built-in BitTorrent support. 

Currently, neither ReadyNAS storage product has a release date or MSRP. Stay tuned.

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