Posted on Tuesday, July 12 2005 @ 16:02:30 CEST by LSDsmurf
I4U reviews the I-O Data UHDL-160GB Network HDD.
This networked external hard-drive also works together with the I-O Data AVeL LinkPlayer. The Drive is also a USB 2.0 host.
"I'm running five computers on my network and as the unofficial IT guy in my home, I've got to stay on top of all of that food generated and find a place to store it until it's time to get rid of it. Like you, I've got too many thumb drives, micro drives and medium-sized storage compartments that appear as our kitchen cupboards and refrigerators do. Full to capacity and hard to locate just what you want when you need them. So, let's stop the endless moving, storing, searching and disposing. How about we use all of that new technology to assist us with those 'full' stomachs and empty it into one place that can handle it all. Alas, no more fruitless time spent managing where you're going to unload or load all of your important 'food'. After all, food is much like the data we use on a daily basis; it needs to stay together to give us the greatest benefit. I-O Data is working on satisfying our hunger with the UHDL-160GB network HDD."