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Topic # 114591 24-Feb-2013 21:32 Send private message

Fits 2 IDE drives, doesnt like big ones or a IDE to sata bridge adapter, not that the lid fits with a bridge.

Free pickup beach haven, otherwise couriered at cost.

Going into the skip next week if no interest in this strange little appliance.




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  Reply # 768629 24-Feb-2013 21:53 Send private message

Is it a SC101 ?

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  Reply # 768637 24-Feb-2013 21:58 Send private message

A little OT, but I had to search to see what this device was. The third result came up with this hilarious quote:

Reminiscient of a small toaster, the Netgear SC101 provides a simple method of employing file storage and backup on a network. Whilst physically it does look alarmingly like a toaster, it does differ slightly in that there are no slots in the top for the bread.

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  Reply # 768714 25-Feb-2013 08:42 Send private message

Im keen !






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  Reply # 770111 25-Feb-2013 21:15 Send private message

XPD called it. Expect a PM soon.




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  Reply # 770515 26-Feb-2013 14:48 Send private message

Im going to put some eyes and a tail on it.




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  Reply # 770547 26-Feb-2013 15:31 Send private message

xpd: Im going to put some eyes and a tail on it.

And post pics I hope!






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xpd: Im going to put some eyes and a tail on it.



pink curly tail and call it the DATA Piggy




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