The ADS NAS Drive Kit enables you to choose the Hard Drive size that meets your requirements. You install your hard drive, connect to your network and you instantly have a NAS (Network Attached Storage) device. Adding the NAS Drive Kit to an Ethernet-based home or office network allows users to share files you download from the internet, music, photos or video. Gain always-on access to data, regardless of whether or not other computers on the network are active. Easily add additional external storage to the network. No need to open the PC. The NAS Drive Kit provides very simple installation and setup with no need for user configuration or knowledge of IP addresses. An auto-discovery feature automatically adds the NAS Drive Kit device to all attached clients upon connection to the network. Easy to read LEDs displaystatus such as: Power On, LAN Activity and Drive Activity. Features: * Easily share photos, music or video over a network * Instantly add network storage * Automatic Network configuration * Web-based management for easy configuration * FTP Server and Web Server * P2P BitTorrent Client * EXT3, HTTP, FTP and SMB * Beautiful, Aluminum Industrial design Specifications: Interface: RJ45 - Wired Ethernet 10/100 Buttons: Power button, Reset button Indicators: Power/Status LED, LAN: Act/Link LED, HDD: data transfer Kit Dimensions: 5.24(H) x 8.75(L) x 2.375(D) Supports: 3.5 Ultra ATA (Not Included); All Drive Capacities Box Contents: NAS Drive Kit enclosure (HDD not included) Power Adapter (12V/3A) Drive mounting screw pack 6 Ft. Ethernet cable User Guide Installation CD and manual

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ManufacturerADS Tech
ModelNAS-806-EF
RJ45 Ports
USB Ports
eSATA PortsNo
Other Ports
Hard Disk Size
RAID
DLNA CertifiedNo
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