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Freecom Data Tank Gateway WLAN 2TB router and NAS box

Rugged and capacious

Secure remote control for conventional and virtual desktops

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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