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Unwired Video Review This chunky bit of kit is is Wi-Fi router, USB print server and 2TB NAS (Network Attached Storage) device. It costs a stonking £680. But is it any good?

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Freecom Data Tank Gateway WLAN 2TB router and NAS box

It's got plenty of storage space, but the write speed could be better and there's no ADSL support...
Price: £680 RRP

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