Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Lenovo IdeaCentre D400 Review
Network-attached storage (NAS) devices tend to come in one of two form factors. The first kind is single-drive units that aren’t upgradable, which are typically geared toward home users. The other is NAS devices that can accommodate multiple user-upgradable hard drives, designed for advanced home users and small businesses. What these NAS devices typically have in common, however, is that they use a streamlined version of the Linux OS to control the unit and its browser-based user interface...