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Sharkoon SATA QuickPort Pro LAN Review

Posted on Friday, February 12 2010 @ 13:34:25 CET by

In recent years there has been a steadily growing demand for data storage capacity, whether internal hard disk drives or externally attached storage. Traditionally there has been two main types of external HDD storage - single external hard drives sealed into a caddy or multiple hot-swappable HDD's contained within a NAS enclosure (Network Attached Storage). Both have their pro's and con's.

Today we take a look at a third way which promises some of the benefits of both the traditional methods - the lower costs of the external stand-alone drive and the flexibility of the NAS solution. Please welcome Sharkoon's SATA QUICKPORT PRO LAN.

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