Back in the day when computers were first introduced to me, I was quite intrigued at the fact that such a thing can store so much data with so many files (Even though the term "gigabyte" is still quite foreign at the time, haha). And being the unfortunate person that I am, I was always stuck with the same old computer for the longest time in the world. I could not care any less about what or how many computers I could have laying around the house, or the fact that the school computer lab had about twenty to thirty times in both quantity and quality of computers. This was about to change approximately ten years down the road. With the rapidly growing amount of storage space that I use, I soon found out that keeping up with syncing data between multiple computers simply by backing up to a single hard drive is an impractical solution. Of course, there were better ways around that, and such solutions included using a network attached storage. The problem is that I did not have the drive to get my hands on any sort of NAS until... well, now. Some say owning any NAS is a good start to accessing data on the network. Others say they are all for high end technology to save money in the long run. All we know is our review today is a NAS sold by SilverStone -- specifically, the SilverStone DC01. The SilverStone DC01 we have here today is a very lightweight and compact system designed to save space, and provide basic NAS features for the typical home user. Powering it on with a few adjustments here and there, and having everything set up and nicely displayed, I'm sure many of you will appreciate a more convenient way to access your data. The best part of it all? Well, SilverStone says it is "Mac inspired".
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