LG unveils new Network Storage device

LG Electronics unveiled its N1A1 Network Storage, which delivers complete data security with efficient and stable performance. Touted to be user-friendly that is specifically tailored to meet the high standards and expectations of advanced home users.

The new N1A1 combines the features of an external hard drive and network storage device, raising the expectations for convenient home data management. It can be switched among these two modes using external controls. Ethernet and USB interfaces provide even greater flexibility.

It automatically runs back-ups from multiple computers, delivering reliable, distributed data recovery that is tailored to specific needs. Wherever there is an internet connection, the Real-time Back-up runs in the background. It also deliver files flawlessly across a home network. Its fast read and write times enable extremely stable and rapid downloads of large files on a network, with read speeds up to 60 MB/second.

The large amount of data stored on the N1A1 can be accessed remotely through LG’s Dynamic Domain Name Server (DDNS) at no additional cost. They can also create email-friendly links to files on the N1A1 using the Public Link feature, which can handle files as large as 2GB.

Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) certification further enhances the N1A1’s networking capabilities, allowing supported audio and video devices to directly access multimedia saved on the network storage device. LG’s living room-friendly N1A1 can stream multimedia to a DLNA TV or any DLNA supported device on the same network.

LG N1A1 will be available in sleek black or bright white starting September.