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Toshiba Canvio Personal Cloud Toshiba has announced a "personal cloud" storage appliance.

Toshiba's Canvio Personal Cloud is a cloud-connected NAS for centralizing storage and access for documents and multimedia files for Windows, Android, iOS and DLNA-enabled devices. MacOS devices are not supported.

The appliance is available in 2 TB and 3 TB capacities and there are no usage fees or subscriptions required. There is a single Ethernet LAN port and one USB 2.0 port for storage expansion.

Toshiba Canvio Personal Cloud

Toshiba Canvio Personal Cloud

The Canvio Personal Cloud will be available next month at MSRPs of $219.99 and $249.99 for the 2 and 3 TB versions, respectively.

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