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Cloud Hybrid

Once we plugged a drive in and screwed it down, we then connected the gigabit Ethernet port to a nearby switch and went to http://myakitio.com/ to continue setup. There is nothing better to drive home the point that this drive is now a server with cloud capabilities than to go to a website to manage it rather than a direct connection. We entered the MAC address of our Hybrid (found on the sticker with the serial number) and the login portal had no trouble finding it. Read More...

Greg Crowe - Government Computer News (June 28, 2012)

Cloud Hybrid

AKiTiO's Cloud Hybrid -- a hybrid enclosure that combines a personal cloud network attached storage and USB 3.0 direct access storage -- is a solid solution for those looking to store and share large files across a network. Read More...

Dennis Sellers - MacNews (June 28, 2012)

MyCloud Mini

I like the fact that any data you have on an installed hard disk or on a USB or eSATA drive is accessible from anywhere by going to the myakito.com site. You can share data by pointing others to this URL, or by emailing data to them or by publishing content to the Web (the device support WebDAV.) Read More...

Samara Lynn - PCMag (June 25, 2012)

Cloud Hybrid

A lot of those computer terms may scare the beginner, but do not let the terms scare you, breaking it down what you have is a fully capable storage device that simply can be connected to by nearly any device in your home. The best part is you can connect to the device when you are away from home via your mobile phone or computer. They make it real easy you just go to myakitio.com login with username and password and you have access to all of the devices files. Read More...

GEEKNEWS - Geek News Central (June 23, 2012)

MyCloud Mini

Overall the device is simply a joy to use. The initial setup can be a little tricky (if you don’t read the manual). The amount of function tossed in such a small space is absolutely amazing. From streaming to your Xbox to AppleTV, sharing files with friends and family across the country in such a down right unrealistically simple fashion, this is one device to add to your home network.

Ryan Walton - BuyMeAniPhone (June 19, 2012)

MyCloud Mini

Recently, I got the chance to play with AKiTiO’s MyCloud Mini. Initially, I was fairly impressed with the ease of setup. The drive popped in with ease and the little server was up and running on my network in no time. Read More...

Brent Spore - iBoughtAMac (June 11, 2012)

Taurus Mini Super-S LCM

Today we are taking a look at a very cool enclosure for 2.5-inch hard drives. The Taurus Mini Super-S LCM will hold two 2.5-inch hard drives, has USB 2.0, eSATA and Firewire connections, supports RAID and also has a pretty cool LCD on the front. Unboxing / Review

Bob Buskirk - ThinkComputers (June 5, 2012)

MyCloud Mini

I knew the team that designed put a lot of thought into the design and management of the device. I have only touched the surface of what this server can do and amazed what it does at the price point. Read More...

GEEKNEWS - Geek News Central (May 8, 2012)

MyCloud Mini

The mounting of the drives is menu driven and works quite intuitively. Once configured the device was easily addressable by the network and the PC and Xbox. We also tested connecting to the device from a Galaxy Tab which had Android OS loaded. The app was easy to install and allowed for wireless access to the device for the both the videos and stills. Read More...

Pallab Chatterjee - Media & Entertainment Technologies (May 4, 2012)

MyCloud Mini

This device basically lets you host media on your network and share it anywhere you would like. So basically it lets you have your own mini cloud at home for media and document sharing. Pretty cool right?

Sanity - TekGoblin (April 23, 2012)