I use Synology 209+ network hard drive which is excellent as it has two hard drives which are mirroring the data so that if one hard drive crashes I still have all the files safe on the other hard drive. It supports PS3 as well.
Further to the spamming comment. The challenge with forums is that you do not want to write a full coverage of the subject as it would be too long text to the forum discussion. As I study and write about media centers in general, I do not see any harm readers to continue reading on the subject elsewhere if they are interested.
I recently discovered this forum and I think it fits very nicely to my area of interest so I hope we can continue discussing on topics relating digital living room.
Tukom, I think the other person was trying to make a little joke, but it did not turn out the way he meant. You are welcome here and I see no problem with links to your blog. I hope, now that you have found us, you will stay and join in those discussion that interest you.
Another point relating to the original topic: Synology has released a new firmware beta which enables native support to Time Machine backup functionality. Currently, I have Synology acting as Time Capsule, but it required a little bit tweaking. It is good that future firmwares supports this natively.
I do not know if many other NAS support Time Machine natively (expect of course Time Capsule)
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