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If you’re running out of space for all your photos, movies, music and files, it’s time to get wise to network hard drives. Network drives connect directly to your router, and act like a huge external hard drive that every device on your home or small business network connects to effortlessly. No more turning your PC or laptop on whenever you need to access a file – just log in to your network hard drive from anywhere and you and your entire household have instant access to terabytes of storage.

Currys selection of network hard drives spans a range of storage capacities, features and price points, so you can find the best NAS hard drive for your needs. And all Currys network hard drives come with a 2-year guarantee.

If high capacity is what you’re looking for, our Synology range gives you astounding capacity capabilities of up to 64TB. With automatic backup and built-in hardware encryption, they give you the power to seamlessly and securely back up every device on your network. And you won’t be running out of storage space anytime soon.

Set up a WD network hard drive on your home network and you can store up to 8TB of movies, music, pictures and TV shows wirelessly and access them from any device. USB 3.0 connectivity means you can speedily import files from USB sticks and external hard drives. And if you store files online with services like Google Drive or Dropbox, you can automatically download from there with ease.

If you’re looking to securely store video footage, our specialist Transcend network hard drives connect to multiple Transcend Docking Stations, enabling you to view, archive and retrieve video from as many as 18 body cameras. With network drive storage capacity of up to 16TB, you can securely store up to 4000 hours of high-resolution video evidence.

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