Introducing the HP Media Vault


I would like to announce that the product I’ve been working on for the past
year has just been released. I love this product and have had a great time
working on it. One of the most gratifying parts of working on the product
was that whenever we had someone test it, we could never get it back from
them. 🙂 At first, some people didn’t even know that they needed it and yet
after they start using it, they didn’t know how they lived without it. It’s
a network-attached storage/backup device for the home called the HP Media
Vault. You can also use it in a business. I use one around work all the
time and find it just as valuable in a business environment as it is at
home. The software that comes with it automates both disk image backups as
well as file-based backups. It can be used to easily share files between a
Windows PC, a Linux workstation, or a Mac.

One of the coolest features is the ability to stream music, photos, and
videos to your TV/Stereo systems around your home by using a digital media
adapter. I’ve started a new FAQ and user group which you can find here:

If you compare it against similar products, I think you’ll find that it leads the field when you compare its capacity, performance, price, flexibility, and support.