|Backups are important, my files are worth a lot of money to me so we decided to invest in a piece of hardware to help with backing up our data. Rather than just getting an external hard disk we wanted a networked hard disk (NAS) so Kix and me could share it independent of which computer is switched on and what OS we are running. We call it our “bit bucket”.|
This is a Hard disk enclosure, in which you can install in any normal spare hard disk that’s lying around (we have quite a few lying around!). It’s made by “SumVision” (3.5 inch Sumvision IDE to Nas/USB HDD Encloser).
Although it fits the job, I am disappointed with it because it is much too slow and noisy.
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