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Lost the link for external desktop faul tolerant solution

Saw a product a few weeks ago( months?) that was a relatively inexpensive fault tolerant storage solution that let you swap out failed drives with good ones in a type of no brainer inexpensive storage solution designed for end users or small offices.

I remember it was a small foot print something you could have sit next to your computer or on your desk.
Rob Hutchinson
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Rob HutchinsonDesktop SupportAuthor Commented:
that's close, but it wasn't that one.

It was something that came in blue and red colors? was meant to be so easy to use that a 5 year old could keep it maintained. Had lights on the outside that let you know when one of the drives was bad and all you had to do was push a button to swap it out, all the rebuilding of the array was automagic.

Think I have the bookmark at home. Will look for it later today.
Rob HutchinsonDesktop SupportAuthor Commented:
umm, couldn't find it, guess it's not that big of a deal as there are other similar solutions, but this one seemed like a good one.
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