SILVER STORE 2-DRIVE NAS
2TB - 6TB From £ 239.00
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Store, share and access your music, photos, video and files 24/7. Your 2-Drive NAS is always securely available with your smartphone (Android™, iPhone, Blackberry®), computer, Mac or tablet via internet and home network.
The Silver Store 2-Drive NAS is an easy to use network drive with two hard drives inside for multiple configuration options. For example, it can be configured in such a way that one drive backs up the other – so if one of the drives fail, you will always have a copy of the data on the other drive. Rest assured, your documents, photos, movies and music will not be lost!
The hard drives of the Silver Store 2-Drive NAS can be easily removed from the enclosure, so you can replace the drives to increase the capacity if necessary. Removing the drives is simple: at the front of the device, unlock the removable rack and slide out the drive. The internal drive is mounted to the removable rack without any screws! Changing the drive really is child’s play!
TONIDO PRIVATE CLOUD
Tonido is a software and service that can make files and media available to you anywhere through a webbrowser or from mobile phones. It is a new way to share your files, media and other information with anyone around the world without having to upload to third-party sites first. You have access to 100% of your files on the NAS from anywhere. You don’t need to upload any files - all your files are directly served from the Silver Store. You don’t have any storage limits - your hard drive storage capacity is the limit.
“In the end it’s Freecom’s new Silver Store 2-Drive NAS that strikes the best balance between versatile features and ease of use. It’s not the cheapest drive in this group, but it provides advanced features such as RAID backup and a personal cloud option, while still being simple enough for non-experts to use. It’s that combination of versatility and ease of use that makes the Freecom Silver Store our Editor’s Choice for a business-oriented NAS drive.”