Data Robotics' Drobo may have a daft name, but it's a clever take on expandable external storage. And today, it became a NAS box too, courtesy of a clip-on network adaptor. Data Robotics' DroboShare Data Robotics' Drobo: expandable storage Drobo is a four-drive storage unit that allows you to plug in any SATA HDDs you've got …
I was considering getting a Drobo when they were first announced, but the lack of network switched me off immediately.
I hope they're able to get a decent throughput on the USB port to make use of the Gigabit Ethernet.
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I know. I am a knob. I am sorry. Allow me to self-flagellate.
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