Friday, September 11th 2009

LG Electronics Intros N2R1 NAS with DVD-Burner

LG Electronics introduced a new Network Attached Storage option for consumers looking to protect their multimedia entertainment files, this week at Custom Electronic Design & Installation Association (CEDIA) EXPO 2009 (Booth #2623).

To help safeguard treasured family memories, photos and music, LG’s Network Attached Storage (NAS) model N2R1 uses a proven system of multiple hard drives used for sharing and replicating data to prevent possible damage or loss. Called RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Discs), this system automatically backs up and restores files for added security in the event of a hardware failure.

With up to two Tera-bytes (TB) of storage, the N2R1 provides a wealth of storage capabilities, allowing consumers to continue building their digital libraries of music, movies and other multimedia files. For an enhanced level of convenience, the N2R1 includes a DVD Re-Writer and Playback feature for additional back up or file sharing options.

“Consumers continue to create digital memories, from photos to family videos and it’s important that these irreplaceable moments are saved in a secure place,” said Peter Reiner, senior vice president, marketing, LG Electronics USA, Inc. “With LG’s Network Attached Storage, consumers now have a virtual `Library on Command’ that allows them unlimited access to their favorite memories, whether at home or on the road.”

Connectivity and Compatibility
For consumers who cannot be tied down by wires, the N2R1 has integrated WiFi connectivity for easy connection to any 802.11g wireless home network. The MyMedia feature allows consumers access to videos, photos and music through a DLNA-certified media player, placing digital entertainment libraries within easy reach of the big-screen. For music aficionados, the N2R1 also has iTunes connectivity for a networked music option.

The Network Attached Storage is compatible with a variety of operating systems such as Windows, Linux and Mac operating systems, allowing for installation in any home entertainment environment. It also provides remote support with easy access to files from anywhere an Internet connection is available, allowing consumers to show off their favorite pictures or movies even when they are away from home.

The N2R1 will be available online and at national retailers early this Fall for the manufacturers suggested retail price of $299 for 1TB of storage and $399 for 2TB of storage.
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8 Comments on LG Electronics Intros N2R1 NAS with DVD-Burner

#1
Breathless
I cannot see a practical use for this. People don't need a DVD burner on a NAS
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btarunr
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by: Breathless
I cannot see a practical use for this. People don't need a DVD burner on a NAS
Shared DVD burner. Any computer in your home/SOHO network will use the web interface to burn discs.
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Breathless
by: matthewbroad
lulz
lulz indeed (whatever that means)
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btarunr
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by: Breathless
lulz indeed (whatever that means)
Laughter at someone else's expense = lulz.
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#7
gumpty
by: btarunr
Shared DVD burner. Any computer in your home/SOHO network will use the web interface to burn discs.
This is actually a very good idea. Especially in these days of netbooks that lack optical drives.
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Fx
by: gumpty
This is actually a very good idea. Especially in these days of netbooks that lack optical drives.
good point
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