Iomega 34766 2TB Home Media Network Hard Drive, Cloud Edition - Personal Cloud Edition
Get high-capacity, reliable home network storage with the Iomega Home Media Network Hard Drive, Cloud Edition. Easily share and access files, photos, videos, and music between all your computers and with friends and family. It's powerful and fast, plus the three-step set-up is very simple, even if you've never used a network drive before. This feature-rich drive has a built in UPnP AV Media Server (DLNA certified) and iTunes Server so content can easily be shared between computers and any other digital media adapters such as game consoles, digital picture frames or networked TVs. Plus, automatically post files to your Facebook, YouTube and Flickr accounts. Available in 1TB, 2TB and 3TB capacities.
Very good Network Drive2/7/2014
This is very good network harddrive and it is very easy to setup. Has nice web interface. It has USB port where you can connect additional hard drive for backup or for additional space. It also has App for iPhone and Android devices. Firmware update are available on support website.
working just fine12/14/2013
it is hooked into my wireless router and is available to all my devices. I use it for storage of data, not to stream or store music/video. So...seems to be just the right device for my needs. I have not tried the remote accessibility
Having no issues with my Cloud so far and it's almost one year. Easy to use, takes little space. Overall, very good.
The product was mailed promptly and works fine7/13/2012
This 2 TB cloud network hard drive works fine, you need to know something about the network settings to set this up, I wish they put in a usb to usn cable in the box.
A worthwhile buy7/4/2012
Bought this to replace a WD Mybookworld NAS drive that went up the river. For a single drive unit with no RAID capability, it has been good...so far.Had difficulty setting up remote access and security capabilities, but I hope that I'll figure it out. Certainly worth the investment.
An excellent NAS device7/29/2011
If you are looking for a massive capacity network hard drive then Iomega 34766 is the one. Keeping in mind the 2TB capacity I have loaded movies, photos and music onto the drive. This enables easy sharing between all the users on my network. The device can be conveniently connected to other devices and I was surprised that it connected to my Boxee Box as well. I am able to play movies from the drive using my Boxee box. This feature has really made this device a darling. Another feature that appealed to me is that the device is very quiet. Even while away from my home I am able to connect to my hard drive using the personal cloud technology which I configured recently. Though there were some hiccups while setting up the cloud it was overcome at once, thanks to the technical support cell of Iomega.
I am happy with this product. It works seemless in my home network. i could connect my pda, laptop and xbox to this NAS. I still have trouble in cloud service. I was able to setup cloud, but usage is limited. because iomega does not have client on android. over cloud streaming video is very slow, it may be due to bandwidth limit of my network. but that affects usage.
Device failed a couple weeks after setup6/10/2011
Setup was pretty easy and the device worked as expected for a week or so, though data transfer rates were not really that good and I could not get the cloud working, though that is more my ISP fault. After a week though it stopped allowing connections to my internal network PCs and now it does not even wake up when I attempt to access. It's become a doorstop. Stay away from this one.
Good network drive but almost unusable as a cloud5/2/2011
I've had the drive now for 2 weeks and have discovered a number of issues with this device: 1) The WebDAV service does not work. I've been trying to resolve this with Iomega technical support, but they've been completely inept at troubleshooting the problem. Their approach is to copy and past the instructions from the product user guide into their emails to me. As if I'm that stupid that I cannot read the user guide. 2) Remote access stops working after a couple of days. I have to do a hard reset by unplugging the power supply from the drive. 3) Cloud services are very slow. Once I've invited another PC or Mac to my personal cloud, I can connect on my local network. However, when I try to connect remotely, it is slow and unpredictable. Often the connection just times out. 4) The Mozy backup service not free. You have to purchase the Mozy Pro edition to be able to backup a network drive. I setup a free (for the first 12 months) Amazon S3 account and it works great. Bottom line is that although the drive works well as a NAS (network attached storage) device, it is awful and unusable as a cloud device. They should have done more testing before releasing it to the public.