Updated line of D-Link NAS devices now available
D-Link has announced that its next generation of Network Attached Storage (NAS) devices are now on sale in North America.
The ShareCenter DNS-320 and DNS-325 will update and replace the companies popular DNS-323 and DNS-321 storage devices.
Both of the new storage feature two drive bays, Gigabit Ethernet, Raid 1 support, a single USB port for connecting a UPS, external storage device or printer, an on-board DLNA media server for media sharing and a simplified interface. Included with each device is Farstone’s Total Recovery Pro Backup software to manage scheduled and incremental network backups.
The entry level DNS-320 features an 800 MHz processor and 128MB of RAM while the higher end DNS-325 sports a 1.2GHz processor and 256MB of RAM, Squeezebox support and several social media software applications.
Power consumption in Normal mode is about 16 watts and just over 8 watts in sleep mode.
The ShareCenter DNS-320 and DNS-325 are now available from D-Link website for $150 USD and $300 USD respectively.
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