LINK by Fasetto: With 2TB of Portable NAS Memory, You’ll Always Have Your Files

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We recently covered the Fasetto LINK, a portable 2TB NAS (Network Attached Storage) device that not only fits great in your hand, but even better in your pocket. This sought after product made a splash at the 2016 CES, and has even bigger plans for the Vegas convention this year.

LINK by Fasetto: With 2TB of Portable NAS Memory, You'll Never be Without Your Files

Your media shouldn’t be too far away from you these days, and chances are you have a large media library full of photos, videos, and movies, so why not have them stashed away in your pocket like you would your smartphone right? With over 2TB of super fast Samsung storage and an octa-core Samsung Exynos 7420 processor, the Fasetto Link, a cloud-based storage and file sharing system that connects the user with their things wirelessly. The ultra-sleek LINK is not just a portable drive for your favorite files, but it has the capabilities of an LTE hotspot. The waterproof device won’t get ruined in a downpour, and your files will be sure thanks to great security features. At only 1-inch tall and weighing three ounces, this pocket-sized powerhouse is worth all of the hype it’s received so far at CES 2017.

“LINK combines the most powerful commercially-available hardware with an incredibly sleek, but tough, design,” said Coy Christmas, co-founder and CEO, Fasetto. “In LINK, we now have a living storage and communications device and platform that lets you stream, store and share all of your digital files through one secure location that can survive almost anything. What’s more, the LINK developer kit opens up vast, astonishing new opportunities for the LINK Platform in today’s IoT and connected world.”

Using LINK’s own broadcast Wi-Fi, cellular, Bluetooth and USB-C connections, you can have a peer-to-peer NAS as well as cloud-based interaction to send files accordingly.

I know I can’t personally wait to get my hands on one, but if you’d like more information on the Fasetto Link NAS, you can head over to their site today.

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