Seagate Central Network-Attached Storage Solution Allows Streaming To DLNA Devices and Smart TVs

At the Consumer Electronics Show this month, Seagate announced Central.  Central is a shared storage and consumer network-attached solution (NAS) used for your home to allow streaming to Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) compatible devices and Samsung Smart TVs.  Central also works on computers and mobile devices.  The Seagate Media app lets you sort files on the go and it works on iOS, Android, and Kindle Fire.  You can use the app to stream content to your display when on the road to multiple users.

Central also allows for automatic and continuous backup of connected computers with 2TB, 3TB and 4TB options that range in price from $189 to $259. If you’re looking snag one for your casa, you’ll have to wait until March. But don’t fret, a closer look and a quick demo reside on the other side of the break.

Seagate Central lets you setup automatic and continuous computers with 2TB, 3TB, and 4TB options.  The price ranges from between $189-$259.

[Source: CES]

This article was written by Amit Chowdhry. You can follow me at @amitchowdhry or on Google+ at
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