October 2005
Millimeter;Oct2005, Vol. 33 Issue 10, p58
Trade Publication
The article features the Network Attached Storage (NAS) Drive Kit from ADS Tech. The kit includes a 5.25-inch drive enclosure that converts a 3.5-inch drive into a network server, an FTP or web server, or a data backup server. An auto-discovery feature automatically adds the NAS device to all attached clients upon connection to the network. LEDs display status such as power, network activity, and drive activity.


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