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D-Link logo D-Link has replaced its entry-level NAS with a faster cloud-enabled version.

The DNS-320L ShareCenter 2-Bay Cloud Storage 2000 replaces D-Link's DNS-320 at the low end of its consumer network storage line.

The new NAS has a more powerful CPU and Gigabit Ethernet port for improved performance. The BYOD NAS has two bays for 3.5" SATA hard or solid state drives that can be configured as individual volumes or a single JBOD, RAID 0 or RAID 1 volume.

A single USB 2.0 port supports USB storage, printers and UPS synchronization.

D-Link DNS-320L

D-Link DNS-320L

The DNS-320L connects to D-Link's mydlink cloud portal for remote file access and management via any web browser or iOS and Android mobile apps.

Other features include file access via HTTP, WebDAV and FTP/SFTP, user and group accounts, UPnP/DLNA media server, iTunes server and P2P download engine. Backup features include Windows client backup, Apple Time Machine support and NAS backup to USB, network and Amazon S3.

The DNS-320L is shipping now at an MSRP of $149.99.

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