Wednesday, November 22nd 2017

The Halos CatDrive Might Be the Most Secure Wireless External HDD Ever Built

Halos AI Inc. unveiled its flagship product "CatDrive" which will be crowdfunding on Indiegogo on 21st Nov. As the most secure wireless external hard drive, CatDrive is safer than the cloud and even smarter than mobile hard drives. It astonishingly allows users to be masters of their own data and to store and share digital content safely and freely.

In addition to functions such as centralized storage and on-the-go access, CatDrive also lets provides you with safe and easy storage.
  • 5 advanced technologies: Local-storage, shockproof HDD, independent accounts with private spaces and auto backup.
  • Multiple users: Each user has their own account and space which is invisible to others.
  • Private share circle: Members of CatDrive can share files without limits, receive real-time notifications, and the shared content will never expire.
  • Photo Roll: Organize and display photos in a stunning way.
CatDrive's state-of-the-art hardware configuration and craftsmanship:
  • Professional-level Marvell dual-core storage chip.
  • Ultra-silent cooling system guarantees stable operation.
  • Gigabit Ethernet port ensures faster and more stable transfers.
  • A shockproof 1TB 2.5-inch HDD to hold up to 630,000 photos.
  • State-of-the-art craftsmanship. Rubber sandblasted surface and high-gloss technology is applied.
Simple installation in only three steps.
  • Connect the CatDrive to your router and plug it into the power outlet.
  • Search "CatDrive" and download from Google Play or App Store.
  • Bind CatDrive with "CatDrive App" on the same WLAN.
Cloud services offer all sorts of convenient benefits, but personal information exposure is a problem. With the CatDrive, data is secured and there are no additional fees.

For more information, please visit www.halos.co
Add your own comment

6 Comments on The Halos CatDrive Might Be the Most Secure Wireless External HDD Ever Built

#1
Sasqui
Odd marketing. I'd like to see how it works on a desktop outside the LAN environment.
Posted on Reply
#2
TheLostSwede
As far as the poll goes, on a NAS, which isn't an option.

As far as this product goes, it seems to be an entry level "NAS" with a single drive, which to me isn't a NAS, but hardware wise, it's actually the hardware you'd expect to see in a cheap NAS.
I wouldn't pay $119 for it, even less $169 which is the "MSRP".

Posted on Reply
#3
Sasqui
TheLostSwede, post: 3758181, member: 3382"
As far as this product goes, it seems to be an entry level "NAS" with a single drive
I think you nailed it
Posted on Reply
#4
remixedcat
Sasqui, post: 3758178, member: 21173"
Odd marketing. I'd like to see how it works on a desktop outside the LAN environment.
Sorta has a config thing like SONOS or Denon HEOS.
Posted on Reply
#5
Sasqui
remixedcat, post: 3758757, member: 84450"
Sorta has a config thing like SONOS or Denon HEOS.
It has a nice ring to it. AWS does too ;)
Posted on Reply
#6
FordGT90Concept
"I go fast!1!11!1!"
Sounds like it's a WiFi NAS and...WiFi is everything but secure anymore. If you want security, better throw this away right away and replace it with a traditional NAS with a wired NIC.
Posted on Reply