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Dane-elec My Ditto 1Tb

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Technical Details
Item Weight3 Kg
Product Dimensions23.2 x 19.2 x 18.6 cm
Item model number0DE-MD-H101T1E23E
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 212,671 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3 Kg
Date First Available16 April 2010

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Dane-elec My Ditto 1To : External, one disk 1To (MD-H101T1E23E)

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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By M. Dalgleish on 20 Sept. 2010
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I needed a server for my home network for file sharing, backup and as a multi-media player.

I bought the Dane-elec My Ditto 1Tb based on the recent review in the Financial Times - UK Edition by Paul Taylor.

It's a smart looking unit and has an impressive number of function LEDs on the front panel.

I mainly liked how easy it was to connect. It took me just ten minutes to get it connected and operational.

The Myditto application, which comes on the `User' USB key is slow. But I found it 5-10 faster to use Windows Explorer on my home computer, accessing the Myditto under "My Network Places". In that case I get a transfer speed of 7-9 mbps over my 100 mbps network using Windows or `Vice-Versa' copying software. (Dane-Elec have told me the slow transfer speed is being fixed in the next release due by October 2010).

A more important problem was that the "last modified" time stamp of the copied files on the Myditto are 7 hours plus or minus a few seconds different to that of each the source file. This might be caused by incorrect handling of the time-zone under Windows. It caused my backup program to copy again, because it thought the file(s) have changed with the new date/time.

When I used Windows or my backup program, `Vice Versa', to copy to the networked Myditto drive, this problem did not occur. (Again, Dane-Elec have told me they are looking into this for correction in a future software update).
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