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ZyXEL's NSA-220 NAS serves up the media to your DMA-1000


So you've got a DMA-1000 digital media adapter, but where do find room for all those videos and musics you want to stream to it? You buy a fairly generic DLNA NAS, that's what you do. Not to harsh on ZyXEL, DLNA so happens to be the open networking standard of choice for pushing media around the home, and it's been making its way into a good majority of consumer NAS devices lately. ZyXEL's new NSA-220 device has room for dual SATA drives, up to a total of 1.5TB of storage, and can handle RAID 0, RAID 1 and JBOD drive configurations. No drives come with the device. Most interesting are the dual USB ports, which let you add storage to the device, and which can also be configured to backup data off of a thumbdrive. No word yet on price, but you should be able to pick this thing sometime in Q1 '07.

[Via Crave]

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