We take a look at Humax’s latest push for the living room, with the £99 Freesat HD HB-1000S set top box.
We get our hands on Western Digital’s Sentinel DS6100 storage server, the company’s attempt to tackle the higher-end small business market. We were fans of the previous Sentinel, the DX4000 – how will the new model compare?
You’ll have heard of Western Digital, of course. The company has been selling all manner of storage equipment for many years, from internal hard drives through to external hard drives and more recently, at the top of the tree, the DX4000 Storage Server. WD sent us one over pretty late in the product’s lifecycle, but given Windows Storage Server 2008 R2 Essentials systems have been thin on the ground, it’s worth a look.
For certain pieces of data, you can never have too many backups. For certain pieces of data, you can always use an additional layer of protection. The ioSafe N2 provides that additional layer of protection for those who need it in a complete NAS package.
Nokia and Microsoft present a balance of features, performance, simplicity and price in a great value package.
Whilst router manufacturers toil to improve what goes on inside your router, there has been little innovation to date on what happens outside the router. Nice looking chassis. Check. Indicator LEDs? Check. USB port? Check? Ethernet ports? Yep. Touchscreen….. Touchscreen?
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