Iomega’s Network Attached Storage (NAS) device boasts a Gigabit Ethernet connection, a pair of USB 2.0 ports, and 802.11g connectivity that theoretically allows you to download data anywhere as long as there is a connection. Storage-wise, RAID 0, 1, and 5 can be configured to support a quartet of 250GB hard drives, offering a potential jaw-dropping 1 Terabyte of storage. This high capacity wireless device is a tantalizing gadget, but transferring GBs of data over WiFi is painfully slow and guaranteed to raise your blood pressure levels. It is a great alternative to stream audio and video files though, albeit problems with a slow backup process.
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