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General

Manufacturer Addonics Buffalo Technology
Model HDUSI5TR LS-WX2.0TL/R1
Lowest Price $1,346.76 Compare Addonics HDUSI5TR prices $147.29 Compare Buffalo Technology LS-WX2.0TL/R1 prices
Warranty 1 year limited

Ports

RJ45 Ports 1 x 10/100/1000M
USB Ports 1 x USB2.0
eSATA Ports Yes No
Other Ports 1 VGA (recovery only)

Storage

Drive Bays 2
Hard Disk Interface 2 x SATA
Hard Disk Size 2TB
Rotational Speed 7200RPM

Features

  • Sold Individually
Quick Swap Drives: Easily accessible drives for quick replacement
Web Access: Share your photos, music, videos or data files with family, friends and colleagues over the Internet
Shared Storage: Store and share files from multiple PCs, laptops and Mac computers in one central location
Eco-Friendly: Power Savings mode automatically powers the LinkStation Duo on and off with your PC (requires NASNavigator to be installed)
DLNA CERTIFIED and iTunes Servers: Stream content to any DLNA compatible media player or use LinkStation Duo as content source from within your iTunes application
BitTorrent Client: Download digital content over the Internet directly to your LinkStation Duo
Time Machine Support: Use the LinkStation Duo with Time Machine backup
Memeo AutoBackup Software: Includes Memeo software for automatic backup for your PCs and Macs (LifeAgent)

Form Factor

Dimensions 23" x 12.5" x 13" 3.4" x 5.0" x 8.1"
Weight 39.6 lbs 5.1 lbs. lbs
Form Factor Desktop

Networking

Data Link Protocol Ethernet
Network Interface Controller
DLNA Certified No Yes

Hardware

Standards IEEE 802.3, IEEE 802.3u, IEEE 802.3ab
Supported Protocols Networking : TCP/IP
File Sharing : SMB, FTP/SFTP, DLNA
Management : HTTP
Time Synchronization : NTP
Processor 1.6 GHz processor
Memory RAM: 1GB DDR II
Flash: 512MB
RAID RAID 0, 1 and JBOD
LEDs Status, LAN, USB, eSATA, HDD
Power Internal, AC 100-240V 50/60 Hz
Temperature 5°C - 35 °C
Humidity 20-80% Humidity (non-condensing)

Software

Operating System Windows 7 (32-bit/64-bit), Windows Vista (32-bit/64-bit), Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003/2008, Mac OS X 10.4 or later
Management HTTP/HTTPS

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