Dual Bay Gigabit NAS RAID Enclosure for 3.5 SATA Hard Drives w/ WebDAV and Media Server

£103.44 Price incl. VAT

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Product Description

The S352BMU3N 2-Bay NAS RAID enclosure enables you to build a secure external RAID array with two 3.5″ SATA hard drives, and connect it directly to your Gigabit network without a host computer for fast network wide access.

Access from any device

For broad device compatibility, this NAS enclosure features WebDAV allowing you to access files from any web browser-enabled device on the network, such as a computer, Tablet, IPhone, or smartphone. Third party mobile apps are also supported for intuitive and familiar file management.

Stream digital media anywhere on the network

For hassle-free media integration, the enclosure supports UPnP, and DLNA allowing you to instantly stream videos, photos, and Music directly to a supporting smart televisions, Blu-Ray /Set-top box, and Video Game Consoles.

Increase security or individual drive capacity

To achieve greater performance or secure data redundancy the enclosure features a built-in hardware RAID controller, supporting RAID 0, 1, and JBOD.

Hassle-free file sharing

For easier file sharing, the enclosure supports FTP and SMB services, enabling you to publicly share files over the network or Internet, with the client software of choice.

Improve transfer speed capabilities with USB 3.0 DAS

Increase speed locally with USB DAS (Direct-Attached Storage), enabling you to connect the enclosure to your computer using USB 3.0 to provide transfer speeds up 5 Gbps.

The S352BMU3N maximizes both durability and reliability with a built-in fan, solid aluminum construction, and is backed by a StarTech.com 2-year warranty and free lifetime technical support.

Box Contains

NAS HDD RAID Enclosure
Ethernet Cable
USB 3
0 Cable
Universal Power Adapter w/ regional cables (NA/UK/EU)
Rubber foot set
Quick Install Guide

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