Patriot Gear Box Network Device

Published: January 10, 2010
Author: Amber Lupala
Editor: Amber Lupala
Provider: Patriot


Many have or are looking at setting up a home server to store media files, backups, maybe even set an FTP server and print server. But for home use, a dedicated server for this use is really overkill. Sure, one can use excess hardware, or a previous main system as a server, but the extra desk space and electricity consumed can add up quickly. Patriot’s Gear Box gives all these services while small enough to fit in the palm of your hand.
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About Patriot Memory
(Taken from Patriot’s website)
“Established in 1985, Patriot Memory builds a full range of memory module and flash memory products, offering a perfect blend of quality and value. Patriot products include Extreme Performance (EP), Signature Lines (SL) and Flash Memory solutions (FM). “
“Patriot has sales offices located throughout the U.S. and Asia.  Patriot sells through the distribution channels throughout North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa, and Latin America.”
“We understand the value of designing and responding quickly and intelligently to the rapid changes inherent in the memory module industry.  This commitment to R&D enables us to deliver the best quality memory modules powered by the latest innovative technology.”
Features and Specifications
  • 2 x USB 2.0 ports
  • Support for USB 2.0 flash
  • Support for USB 2.0 External storage
  • Print server functionality
  • 10/100Mbps Fast Ethernet
  • P2P Torrent support
  • UPnP support
  • FTP support
  • iTunes Server feature
  • Works with Windows 2000 / XP / Vista® / 7
  • Patriot Part #: PCNASGB-B
  • Certifications / Safety:  BSMI / CE / GS / LVD / PSE / SAA / UL
  • One year warranty
  • 2.64” x 1.97: x 1.18” / 6.7cm x 5cm x 3cm (D x W x L)
  • Net Weight: 0.14lbs / 62gm

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  • zoarl

    i´m totaly unsatisfied with this junk. i can get a connection to my android devices, but i am not able to upload any data.

    when i try to upload it really seems to work, it is also shown that files getting uploadet, but in the end nothing is on my hard drive. an data stored over usb also don´t get shown.
    The support of raidsonic is also sh*** to reques i have made, but no answer.
    there are better ways to thorw out money

  • Irask

    I have the same problem it says “No Storage Media”