Princeton intros 500GB iTunes/DLNA NAS

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Donald Melanson
August 9th, 2007
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Princeton intros 500GB iTunes/DLNA NAS

Princeton Technology seems to be intent on keeping all its NAS bases covered, with the company now introducing a 500GB unit to complement its bring-your-own-drive offerings. As with those others units, the company's new PEC-NAV500 NAS boasts iTunes server and DLNA capabilities, includes DigiOn's DiXiM media server client software, and packs a spare USB port to accommodate a printer or an extra drive. It also promises improved heat dissipation from its aluminum enclosure, and packs a fan just in case that's enough enough to keep things cool. Look for this one to hit Japan later this month for around ¥32,800, or roughly $276.

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