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Conceptronic MediaStore

The Grab’n’GO Media Store is a powerful, double-bay HDD SATA solution for sharing and storing media content such as music, photos and videos at home or at the office. The built-in UPnP AV media server offers easy access to all your files, through compatible media players (like the Grab’n’GO wireless media player) and stream media, without using a PC. Besides your media backup, it’s a full-function NAS server with a 500 MHz CPU. A built-in FTP server for file access via internet and access-right management gives users different read and/or write permission in the (Gigabit) network. To guarantee optimal functionality, the CH3SNAS can be configured as Standard, JBOD, RAID 0 and RAID 1, so it’s up to you to set your priority to safety, flexibility or speed.

CH3NAS – 1TB RRP $649

Distributor details: MEC Distributors

Contact details: Ph 0800 500 080 or www.mec.co.nz for more details


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