Netgear preps four-bay, six-bay ReadyNAS Ultra products

By Matthew
Jul 9, 2010
  1. Netgear has announced a new range of NAS devices that supposedly mark the "beginning of the end of local storage" – a bold claim from the company's CEO, to be sure. Along with the features you might expect to find on networked storage, the ReadyNAS Ultra line can stream media to any TiVo device, DLNA-certified machine, and mobile devices including iPads, Blackberries, and Android devices via Orb technologies.

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  2. I'm glad to see these are starting to move up in the market. Although I don't want to buy it with drives, I want to pick my own... so that makes this unit too expensive.
  3. Thats how they make their money.. they can get drives at wholesale prices and sell at retail prices. These things are still too expensive for me, but I even think the synology 110j is too expensive, thats how cheap I am. Actually come to think of it, everything's too frikkin expensive. But at least the synology is affordable.
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