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    News - D-Link launches ShareCenter Pulse 2-bay NAS

    Low-cost media-focused box tries to satisfy your basic file-sharing needs.
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    Re: News - D-Link launches ShareCenter Pulse 2-bay NAS

    I have to say that is a very very good bit of kit for the price! The only down side is that it looks like its SATA-150 only.
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    Re: News - D-Link launches ShareCenter Pulse 2-bay NAS

    Quote Originally Posted by Jay View Post
    I have to say that is a very very good bit of kit for the price! The only down side is that it looks like its SATA-150 only.
    But SATA-150 still offers 1.5Gbps throughput, with practical max speeds topping out at around 150 MB/s. A handful of mechanical HDDs can exceed this, but the vast majority can't. Moreover, I'd probably fit this with a slower spinning 'eco' drive, so it wouldn't matter anyway.

    Personally I'm very interested. May have to invest if I find a spare £70 in my bank.

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