Acer Aspire easyStore H340-L Home Server £199.97 @ Laptops Direct - HotUKDeals
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£199.97* inc.VAT + £9.95 P&P
*price after £50.00 cashback


Product Description: Acer Aspire easyStore H340-L Home Server
Processor:Intel Atom (230) 1.6GHz 0.512MB (L2 Cache)
Memory:2GB(Installed)/2GB(Max) DDR2 SDRAM
Hard Disk:1.28TB (2x640GB Hard Disks)
Hard Drive Interface:Serial ATA
Optical Drive:None
Network Card:Ethernet 10/100/1000MBps Integrated
Graphics Device:Intel Graphics Media Accelerator 950
Operating System:Microsoft Windows Home Server
Warranty: 1 Year Onsite Warranty
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#1
Can people who mark this as cold tell me where its cheaper? I want it for the cheapest possible price.
#2
Looks like a viable alternative to a NAS unit - thanks for the heads up.
#3
Same company on a well known auction site @£199-97. No cash back hassle and free postage.

Hope this is allowed.;)
#4
Wow thanks I hadn't checked that.
#5
iandhind
Same company on a well known auction site @£199-97. No cash back hassle and free postage.

Hope this is allowed.;)

yes i believe a heads up to e-um- auction sites is fine.
#6
No raid but 4 drives

Bung Lubuntu or CrunchBang on this and slip in a USB wireless N Dongle

Sweet

COCO
#7
How fast is this Atom board at pushing data across? I am thinking that this would make a nice iTunes/Time Machine server if the throughput is ok.
#8
Looks good to me for the money. Heat added.
#9
Here are some speed tests:
http://www.maximumpc.com/article/reviews/acer_easystore_h340_working
its not the fastest but should be fine as an itunes server.
1 Like #10
No raid but 4 drives

Bung Lubuntu or CrunchBang on this and slip in a USB wireless N Dongle


Not RAID but Windows Home Server is included which has its own system for duplicating selected areas of the disks.

Read up about putting Linux on this box and does not seem too easy. Installing on a HDD in a PC and then moving it to this box seems to be the common way [see http://netkoo.ca/webtech/?p=133]

Not heard of CrunchBang before so thanks for that.
#11
Hot - ordered the 2 TB version!! extra £50 but I have two 1 Tb drives to add to it as well from a cancelled project(_;)
#12
Good plan. Thats what I was going to do. By the way, its worth noting that unlike some nas drives, its ok to mix different storage drive sizes together and still keep redundancy.

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