Connected Data has launched its cloud-free Transporter storage box in Europe. A second-generation version is due to go on sale in the US. The upstart hardware maker, which yesterday announced a merger with file storage firm Drobo, is betting that not everyone is keen on doing backup and storage over a distributed network owned …
£149 for a £75 2GB drive, sounds like they heard the dumb consumers coming.
This sounds pretty good to me.
£300 for automated offsite backup of 1GB+. I like this a lot. Bring on the UK disttibution.
Sounds like an expensive version of pogoplug. The nice thing with pogoplug is that you add your own disks rather than pay through the nose for a built in one.
"with 1.5TB being the maximum any one Transporter can provide"
".... and £325 for 2TB."
So, how does it manage that?
Also sounds similar to Synologies CloudStation functionality, although that's a central point and the replication is direct to the connected devices, instead of to another NAS box.
Forward! Into the Past!
Next thing you know, you'll be able save your callers having to deal with 'call waiting' by replacing it with a pleasant beeping tone!
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