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TrekStor DataStation maxi z.ul
Manufacturer: TrekStor Price: $199 
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If you can't decide between local and networked storage, the TrekStor DataStation maxi z.ul is kind of a hybrid that has characteristics of both a NAS device and a USB- or Firewire-connected hard drive.
Linksys Dual-Band Wireless-N Gigabit Router WRT600N
Manufacturer: Linksys Price: $260 
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This router has one thing going for it that few consumer-grade Wi-Fi products do. It's a dual-band, dual-radio device that can run two simultaneous wireless networks.
Maxtor OneTouch 4 Plus
Manufacturer: Maxtor Price: $290 
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Seagate's latest Maxtor OneTouch 4 Plus external storage drive stores, safeguards and synchronizes data, and it does disaster recovery to boot.
Buffalo Technology LinkStation Pro Network Storage
Manufacturer: Buffalo Technology Price: $299 
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The LinkStation Pro enhances earlier versions of the product with increased maximum speed, thanks to its SATA hard drive and gigabit networking. It's also quiet and cool.
Seagate FreeAgent Pro 750 GB
Manufacturer: Seagate Price: $339 
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The Seagate FreeAgent Pro offers spacious storage capacity, up to three interface choices including eSATA and a reasonable price.
Maxtor OneTouch II
Manufacturer: Maxtor Price: $379.95 
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Maxtor's newest external storage drive features software that makes automatic data backup easier than ever and you can count on it to keep your data safe.
Iomega StorCenter Network Hard Drive
Manufacturer: Iomega Price: $389 
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Iomega's newest StorCenter packs one terabyte of RAID storage into a small and inexpensive package.
SimpleTech Duo Pro Drive by Fabrik
Manufacturer: SimpleTech Price: $399 
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If you're looking for fast, vast external storage, Fabrik's latest offering has plenty to offer, but its capacity and capabilities come with a caveat.
Tritton Wireless NAS
Manufacturer: Tritton Technologies Price: $399 
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More and home users want to share large files across a wireless connection. One way to achieve this is by sharing a portion of a PC's storage. Another way is via self-contained wireless storage device, such as Tritton Wireless NAS, that isn't dependent on a particular computer.
Iomega REV 35
Manufacturer: Iomega Price: $399 
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The REV35 attaches to your computer via a USB 2.0 connection and relies on removable cartridges as the medium for storing data. Each cartridge holds a total of 35GB of raw data or 90GB of compressed data.
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