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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.
Maxtor OneTouch 200
Manufacturer: Maxtor Price: $159.95 
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Maxtor's OneTouch is a 7200-rpm, 200GB hard drive housed in an anodized aluminum case that connects to a computer via either USB 2.0 or Firewire. "OneTouch" refers to a single button on the front of the unit that initiates a predefined backup sequence.
Windows Live FolderShare 2008 Beta
Manufacturer: Microsoft Price: $0 
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Microsoft's Windows Live FolderShare 2008 makes sharing (and synchronizing) files across multiple systems an exercise in simplicity.
MicroSolutions BackPack Wireless Workgroup Server
Manufacturer: MicroSolutions Price: $699 
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If you don't need cutting edge wireless (read: 802.11g), this unit that combines storage, a wired router, and a WLAN access point in a single chassis may be the perfect solution for your small business.
Micro Solutions Lockbox
Manufacturer: MicroSolutions Price: $199 
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The external USB hard drive features a built-in fingerprint scanner. The LockBox costs about $50 more than comparable USB 2.0 drives that don't come with its fingerprint-security system a reasonable premium.
Netgear Storage Central SC101
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $129 
42 Opinions from Users 
You can never be too rich, too thin or (thanks to digital music, photos, movies) have too much storage. To address expanding storage needs, Netgear's SC101 Storage Central lets you use inexpensive hard drives to create a network-attached repository for your data.
Netgear ReadyNAS Duo RND2150 (500 GB)
Manufacturer: Netgear Price: $399.99 
6 Opinions from Users 
The expectations for NAS devices continue to rise. Simple backup storage and file sharing is no longer enough. The ReadyNAS Duo RND2150 from Netgear meets the challenge head on, but it doesn't come cheap. Worthwhile splurge?
Other World Computing NASPerform
Manufacturer: Other World Computing Price: $127.99 
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The NASPerform is a twist on both the direct-connect and NAS style of external disk. The storage device uses a technology called network direct attached storage to combine the best of both world
Snap Server 1000
Manufacturer: Quantum Price: $499 
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Incredibly easy to setup and use storage for file sharing on any network.
Seagate Mirra Sync and Share Personal Server
Manufacturer: Seagate Price: $499 
2 Opinions from Users 
If you're looking for an easy way to backup important data and get to it when you're away from home or office, the Mirra is definitely worth considering.
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