[CES 2012] Here is something that you might actually mistake for an older generation Apple TV from far off – the LG N1A5 network storage system. Sporting 1TB of storage space, this integrated NAS (Network Attached Storage) will offer mobile and Web access thanks to iOS and Android support, and also boasts of an automatic PC folder backup. Accessing your content on the LG N1A5 should not be an issue even for beginners since LG has thrown in an intuitive Web user interface to smoothen out any potential wrinkles during the learning curve. It also functions as an iTunes server and is network printer compatible, while conforming to Energy Star 5.0 specifications to make sure your monthly power bill remains as low as possible. No idea on pricing, but it will be compatible with Windows, Mac and Linux operating systems. If only this puppy came in different storage sizes, or can be expanded by purchasing your very own hard drive for a user upgrade, it would surely win more brownie points with power users. I guess this is handy for those who are looking for a no-frills NAS setup. Check out the LG N1A5 gallery after the jump.
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