Demand more from your NAS
Subject: Storage | October 15, 2007 - 01:37 PM | Jeremy Hellstrom
The Wireless D-Link DSM-G600 NAS offers a bit more than your average NAS device. It will accept any PATA drive as it has a separate power input so you don't have to worry about USB power limits, and offers 2 USB 2.0 ports and an RJ45 plug as well as 802.11B and G, giving you plenty of choices to transfer your data. It also knows how to act as both an FTP server and a media server, so read the full review at X-Bit Labs.
"We decided to get to test some NAS solutions. The first one to get into our lab was D-Link DSM-G600. This device
is especially interesting because besides traditional file access it also supports streaming media data transfers.
It also can work wirelessly. Find out what was so interesting about this D-Link solution and what drawbacks should
be taken into consideration when working with it."
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