Stylish and cost-effective network storage solution
Computer networks these days are not limited to big offices with a lot of employees. More and more people at home or in small offices have a computer network. With the recent programmes, applications and data files becoming larger and larger, the need for additional storage space is more present than ever before! Freecom offers you the perfect storage upgrade for your network, the new Network Drive.
Simply connect the Network Drive to your router or switch, run the easy to use configuration wizard, and have instant access to the drive from any PC within your network. It can even be configured to be accessed via the internet, so your data is available for you from anywhere in the world, without your PC needed to be switched on! The included configuration assistant will guide you to set up the drive and security options the way you want it.
For increased flexibility, you can also use the Network Drive as a standalone USB 2.0 hard drive, you can connect and access it to any PC. Again Freecom has created a storage solution from a consumer’s perspective, where convenience, design and quality are key factors.Features:
- Capacity - 1TB
- Interface - LAN 10/100Mbps, USB 2.0
- Hard drive type - 3.5” SATA, low noise, low power consumption
- Hard drive Buffer Size: Min. 8MB
- Data transfer rate:
LAN: max. 100 Mbit/s (or max. 10 Mbit/s, dependant on network specification).
USB 2.0: max. 480 Mbit/s.
- Weight - 1150 gr. / 40.6 ounce
- Dimensions - 21.1 x 11.5 x 3.7 cm / 8.3 x 4.5 x 1.45 inch
- mtbf - 50000 P.O.H.
- Supported Operating Systems - Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista Mac OS X v. 10.3 or higher
- Average seek time: < 9 ms
- Track to Track seek time: 0.8ms
- Average Latency: 4.2 ms
- Rotational Speed 7200 rpm
- PC: Intel Pentium-III or AMD 700MHz or higher, 256MB RAM, CD-ROM drive, available LAN (RJ45) port or USB 2.0 port, Windows 2000 / XP / Vista
- MA C: iMac, iBook, Mac G3/G4/G5 or PowerBook G3/G4 or higher, available USB 2.0 or USB 1.1 port, OS X v. 10.3 or higher