Xtreamer eTRAYz NAS to Revolutionize Home Media Storage
The Xtreamer eTRAYz promises to revolutionise the network attach storage (NAS) market when it is release in November. The new Xtreamer eTRAYz storage devise will have all the features of the current brand of media storage devices plus a host of other impressive features. From the pre-release document that I read the Xtreamer eTRAYz will be a milting pot of both domestic and enterprise storage solution. The Xtreamer eTRAYz was design specifically for the Xtreamer Media Player but will integrate easily with other devices and software e.g. Apple Mac and PC. The Xtreamer eTRAYz can fully function as a stand alone NAS server that has similar functionalities to any Qnap or Synology.
The new Xtreamer NAS eTRAYz is pack full of revolutionary feature that allow you use your 2 bay NAS (4 Terabyte) like Disk on key or any external portable USB storage you have. By simple login from any PC environment that is connected to the internet you will see your NAS as local drive in your windows/MAC environment. The result will be that you will be able to see your NAS HDD drives as local HDD even when you are away from home. Like DropBox you have access to unlimited bandwidth and storage space* from anywhere at anytime.
With a compact size of 17x8x12cm the Xtreamer eTRAYz is pack with features. You can connect to it through its wireless antenna, Ethernet Gigabit port or via the built in USB 2.0 at the back. It currently supports English, German, French, Korean and Japanese; with more languages coming in the future. Administration can be don via your normal file explorer on our system OS or via a web browser by Windows-style user's interface with advance features including sub-folder privilege settings, multiple files upload and download that is oriented to ease of use to non power users.
Xtreamer eTRAYz is UPnP compliant and supports protocols such as NFS, SMB, CiFS, FTP and Telnet/SSH. For printing the eTRAYz will allow you to connect it up to 2 USB printers and share them through your entire network. With Add Printer Wizard, users can easily finish the printer setup within few clicks. Even though the Xtreamer eTRAYz architecture as optimize for media playback and in particular Xtreamer Media Player it promises to be an all round excellent media storage.
Server Funtionalities and Features
The Xtreamer eTRAYz promises to have functions and services that you normally get from OS installations. First the eTRAYz incorporates a fully featured apache web server, PHP+MySQL + PHPmyAdmin is built in to easily build and host up to 30 websites.
The eTRAYz supports Rapidshare, Megaupload, Storage.to, Megashares, Hotfile.com, and Netload.in file factory auto downloading management for both premium and un-registered account. You will be able to simply right click your mouse and send the download task to the eTRAYz that will even urar/unzip your files for you. Multiple download and clipboard monitoring is of course supported.
With eTRAYz you have your own private rapidshare server. All you need to do is give your friends and clients your Dynamic DNS (DDNS) name and they will be able to upload files without needing a username and password. If you choose the system allows you to configure it so that access require authentication.
According to Xtreamer you can share URL links to files in the system. You will be able to right click on any file stored in your eTRAYz and copy its unique URL link to MSN/email or chat window. The receiving party will be able to click the file and download it from your eTRAYz while you as an administrator can limit this function to your requirement.
The eTrayz can work as an iTunes Server to share music within the local network. You can simply install iTunes on your PC or MAC computers and use iTunes as a jukebox to browse or listen to the music you stored on your eTRAYz HDD. After enabling the iTunes Server, iTunes will recognize the eTRAYz as an iTunes client under SHARED. Therefore, you can share your music to others via iTunes without spending time to download files.
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