ioSafe N2 NAS RAID Review

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legionera

ioSafe now also protecting a physical evidence for NSA against you. Collect them all!

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Blackheart-1220

Can it protect the hard drives from EMP's caused from nuclear explosions?

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Bullwinkle J Moose

No, and why would you even care?

After all, they're NUCLEAR FRIGGIN EXPLOSIONS!

You will have much more to worry about after WW3 than whether or not you can read your pron drives

and forget about sticking them in a steel trashcan like the preppers taught you because they're NUCLEAR FRIGGIN EXPLOSIONS after all and these explosions don't care where you hide your pron

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Bullwinkle J Moose

ZDNet > Who makes the best hard drives?

ArsTechnica, Computerworld, PCMagazine, Maximum PC and many other sites are running the same story this week on hard drive reliability

If I spend over $1000 for data security, I don't think I want a Seagate drive with 10 times the failure rate of Western Digital or Hitachi

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MrHasselblad

Then why spend that much for the included disks, get the empty shell version and simply add whatever disks will fit

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aarcane

Meh. if it had ZFS on it I'd be interested.

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John Pombrio

Hey wait, the Apocalypse does not have electricity! Or the internet.

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DeltaFIVEengineer

There's a dose of reality for ya.

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The Mac

hahahaha...

generators?

the real point is, there will be no need for data, as no one will be able to use it..