Seagate has been steadily releasing new products, and this new GoFlex Home is for regular folks with an appetite for storage. Available in 1TB or 2TB, it connects via a local network with Windows, Mac computers (Time Machine compatible) or DLNA devices like the PS3. It can act like a media file server where photos, music and movies can be streamed from, and be used like a backup place for home computers.
GoFlex Home’s storage can grow overtime by changing the drive module and by adding another disk via the USB port (maybe you could even daisy-chain them?). You can also do both at the same time and if while you’re not extending the disk capacity, you can use the USB port to share a printer. If you own a iPhone/iPad or Blackberry, there is an optional service that will let you access you data on the go.RELATED
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