Looking for a hard drive to store your media? This 3 TB drive is the top result on Amazon right now, so let’s see if it’s earned that place. Here’s our review of the Toshiba P300!
NAS. It stands for network attached storage, and it means a hard drive in a box with a tiny low-power PC, connected to your home network. It’s possible to pick up a NAS box with its own hard drives built in, but it’s often cheaper to pick up the box and add your own drives separately – either using what you have spare or getting something new. That brings us to today’s review item – the Seagate 4TB NAS hard drive. Seagate brag that this is the only 4TB drive optimised for NAS use: loads of storage, minimal noise, vibration resistant and designed for 24×7 use. Ebuyer were kind enough to send a unit our way, so let’s get to testing!
So I might be eight months late on this one – big apology to Silverstone on that one – but here’s the XSR take on the Silverstone SD01. It’s a stackable HDD pad mount which lets you make your standard hard drive portable. Sort of. It’s a bit of an odd product but here it is.SpecificationsEnclosure material Aluminum/PlasticColor BlackPower requirement 12VdcOperating system support Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Mac OS and Linux.HDD size support 2.5” or 3.5” hard driveHDD interface support SATA / SAS hard driveEnclosure interface eSATA interface. (Max. 6Gbits) SAS dual-lane interface. (Max. 6Gbits)HDD capacity [...]