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Patriot launched Gauntlet Node with 320GB drive

When wireless first began to take off, KitGuru was sure that it would not be long before hard drives became wireless – at least on a local area connection. Products like the Patriot Gauntlet Node fulfil part of the promise of the future, because they enable a range of wireless streaming options. But there was one thing missing – and now Patriot has plugged that hole.
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With a 5.5 hour battery life, the Patriot Gauntlet Node is a hard drive enclosure that’s compatible with everything from a iPhone 3GS to a Kindle Fire, more PCs and even Android phones.
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It’s a neat enough product that, in addition to the ‘Must Have’ award it picked up in early December – it also won a KitGuru Annual Award for Best of the Rest product for 2012.
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In a nutshell, it’s cool, useful and affordable.
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But where’s the storage?
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It’s all well and good offering all these features – but what about customers who DON’T have a space drive – and who just want a streaming solution that they can take straight out of the box and use?
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Well the Patriot Gauntlet Node 320 has arrived and it’s packing – you guessed it – a 320GB hard drive for a total price of just £120 at eBuyer.
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It can run streams to 5 devices simultaneously and comes with a 2 year warranty.

Stream media to 5 different devices at the same time - cool stuff from Patriot - affordable too

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KitGuru says: In this price sensitive market, it’s unlikely that Patriot will go with a 1-4TB solution just yet, but maybe someday.

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