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SilverStone NAS NS311

Michael Larabel

Published on 23 January 2007
Written by Michael Larabel
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While SilverStone Technology is primarily known for their high-end selection of PC chassis enclosures and power supplies, last year SilverStone had introduced the Mobile Storage series. At that time we had reviewed the SilverStone Mobile MS02, which was a 2.5" mobile hard drive enclosure with a USB 2.0 interface. We had found this external 2.5" HDD enclosure to offer a great deal of features, while being encased inside a stylish aluminum housing. The latest series among SilverStone's storage products is the NAS series. SilverStone has introduced its first Network Attached Storage (NAS) device! The SilverStone NS311 supports both LAN and USB 2.0 connections and supports a single 3.5" IDE hard drive.

Features:

· Dual functions, HDD storage, and file sharing with up to eight users
· Auto LAN configuration for easy setup
· Low power consumption
· Support LAN or USB 2.0 for fast data transfer
· Finely crafted all-aluminum enclosure
· Fan-less design provides noise free environment

Contents:

In the many SilverStone Technology products that we have reviewed over the years every single product was well packaged, and the NAS NS311 was no different. Included with the NS311 were the SilverStone software CD, user's manual, vertical stand, USB cable, LAN cable, and power cable. Like most SilverStone products the NS311 is available in silver and black colors; the model we have our hands on today is the black variant.

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