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04-25-2019, 12:27 PM
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I've been looking for a good, simple photo management/storage system. Came across reviews for Kwilt (https://www.mykwilt.com/) and Monument (https://getmonument.com/) devices, and was wondering if anyone here has experience with these. I'm not crazy about putting my photos on the cloud, and these look like interesting alternatives, providing local storage, backup, and tagging capabilities.
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At a glance, it looks to be a proprietary NAS of some kind. And perhaps fairly expensive for what it is?

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Yeah, a relatively limited (or maybe application specific is a better description) NAS. The thing that intrigued me was the automated tagging capability - would be nice to have the thousands of picts auto tagged for face recognition, location, etc. Do you now of any sw app that does this? The AI that Google brings to the party is the only reason I would ever use the cloud for mass picture storage, and that's still not enough in my opinion.
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