Save 40% on Lima: The cloud-less storage solution for all your data

By TS Dealmaster
Aug 14, 2015
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  1. Your smartphone, your tablet, your laptop, your work computer... you’ve got loads of places to store your data. Trouble is, it eventually becomes nearly impossible to remember what device is holding which precious video or valuable document. Free yourself from storage stress and score some much-needed file organization peace of mind with the cloud-less Lima Unlimited Data Storage solution, now available for 40% off - just $89 in the TechSpot Store.

    It’s simple -- hook up the Lima to each of your devices, then relax. Lima automatically syncs all your files across all devices, saves new data the minute you create it and makes it all available across your entire hardware network.

    You can stream videos or open files on any device without taking up internal storage. And unlike cloud storage, Lima saves all your stuff to your own external hard drive -- so all your private information and treasured memories aren’t locked up in some company’s giant servers.

    Lima makes file hunting and transferring obsolete... and at 40% off its regular price, now’s the time to get your digital storage needs in order.

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  2. Wizwill

    Wizwill TS Enthusiast Posts: 60   +16

    Sounds very promising - Until you read the blurb on their website which says that it's connected the Internet so that your data it is streaming to whichever device you're accessing the data from your "home base" on. This immediately brings to mind whether an insecure VPN or ??? Is in place. Might be better to design a small network that's Internet-accessible and keep a Data hard drive hooked up to your Internet router.

    My own preference would be a have this device hooked up to a switch not connected to the Internet so that the possibility of intrusion would be minimized.
  3. Beethoven

    Beethoven TS Rookie

    Do your homework. This was a Kickstarter project that basically took two years and delivered something completely different from the 'almost finished' beta unit originally promised.

    They won't tell us ANYTHING about where are data is being transferred to, how it's protected in transit, whether the relay servers store the data (and if it's protected at rest), etc.

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