Amazon offers to juice up your tech spec (with no added sugar)
If there's an obvious reason for Amazon to sell groceries in their Electronics section, it doesn't immediately spring to mind. Still, if boffins can make a battery out of a potato then there's no doubt a glass of diluted fruit juice can be utilised to manipulate digital images, or improve your PC's operating speed. Or something.
Bitterwallet reader MikeT suspects it has another use:
Network-attached storage has never looked like this; the sweet spot is no added sugar, but with dimensions of 13 kg and a boxed weight of 998grams plus a content of 1ltr this spec confused bottle shaped NAS device better have additional USB over NAS ports. At £16.73 its got to be a bargain for a home server, and it's been sold at Amazon since October 2006 so you know it's good.
Technology is moving so fast these days, isn't it? It's truly a wonder anyone can keep up with it.