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Linux-Based NAS Device Starts at $70

Article Source LinuxDevices
November 16, 2009, 2:30 pm

Addonics announced a low-cost, six-ounce network-attached storage (NAS) device for the SOHO market. The Linux-based Addonics Mini NAS offers a single 2.5-inch storage bay, an Ethernet port, a USB port, and multiple servers, including UPnP, and supports both SMB and open source Samba network protocols, says the company.

Addonics did not list the processor or memory used in the device, but according to the company, the device is based on their earlier NAS Adapter, which according to a BlogOfRevelation teardown uses an RDC R3210 system-on-chip (SoC). The 32-bit RISC processor is said to run at 133Mhz, and offers built-in Ethernet and USB, plus dual DMA controllers...

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