Iomega is expected to ship its first network-attached storage (NAS) device based on wireless networking technology.
The NAS 100d will be marketed as an entry-level NAS device designed for small office and home office users looking for an inexpensive storage device to put on their networks.
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The NAS appliance will come in 160Gbyte and 250Gbyte configurations and will have built-in support for the 802.11g wireless networking standard.
It will feature a simple user interface that will allow users to do automatic back-ups and "drag-and-drop" file restoration. The device will also come with two USB 2.0 ports so that additional storage can be added to the appliance.
Robert McMillan writes for IDG News Service