Buffalo LS220D0602-EU 6TB LinkStation 220D 2 Bay Desktop NAS £199.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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Buffalo LS220D0602-EU 6TB LinkStation 220D 2 Bay Desktop NAS £199.99 @ Amazon

£199.99 @ Amazon
Brand Buffalo Item Weight 1.7 Kg Product Dimensions 12.6 x 20.5 x 8.7 cm Item model number LS220D0602-EU Series LinkStation 220, 6TB Color Black Form Factor 2.5/3.5" Processor Bra… Read More
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7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
Brand Buffalo

Item Weight 1.7 Kg

Product Dimensions 12.6 x 20.5 x 8.7 cm

Item model number LS220D0602-EU

Series LinkStation 220, 6TB

Color Black

Form Factor 2.5/3.5"

Processor Brand Marvell

Processor Speed 0.8 GHz

RAM Size 0.256 GB

Hard Drive Size 6000 GB

Hard Drive Interface Serial ATA-300

Connectivity Type No

Number of USB 2.0 Ports 1

Number of Ethernet Ports 1

Wattage 19 watts

Software Included Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks
Phlo10 Avatar
7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago
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Why is this cold? It's 6TB of backup - I assume that's 2x 3TB drives as it is 2 bays.
That means you could have 3TB mirrored backup, which should be safe and far more reliable than a single drive.
Do the people who are voting cold know where to get it cheaper or is there a better 2-bay or 4-bay device for the money?
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Spod
Why is this cold? It's 6TB of backup - I assume that's 2x 3TB drives as it is 2 bays.
That means you could have 3TB mirrored backup, which should be safe and far more reliable than a single drive.
Do the people who are voting cold know where to get it cheaper or is there a better 2-bay or 4-bay device for the money?

That's why I posted it, thought it was a decent price, the only place that may have anything cheaper for the same storage would be the WD outlet store however they have nothing in stock so I posted this. :D
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These really are old, clunky, slow bits of kit. 20mb/s over gigabit ethernet really is painfully slow. Cheap for a reason I suppose. Had the 2TB version of this running for just over a year. Came with Hitachi drives which were (and still are) very slow. Put my own 2TB drives in it almost immediately after purchase. Always on for a year then one drive couldn't be accessed. Removed the 'failed' drive and the next day the NAS wouldn't power on at all after being informed of a 'communication error' through NAS Navigator software. Luckily I had the sense to copy the contents of the second drive to my PC before the NAS gave up for good (left overnight to copy 1.2TB from NAS to PC over GB ethernet). These boxes store data in Xfs format so if you have an OS that can't read it and the box fails then it can cause you a headache in getting your data off the drives in the NAS. The second drive I had in the NAS still works in my PC. The 'failed' drive is kaput and the NAS is now a dusty box waiting for me to throw in the bin. I suspect the failing NAS busted my drive before giving up itself the next day. Nearly 2TB of data lost as I used the NAS for exactly that: Network Attached STORAGE accessible from anywhere, not for backing up stuff on my PCs.
I wouldn't touch these again and am more than happy with my Dell T20 server which replaced this piece of junk. Now getting 100-120 mb/s across my network using Wd Red drives.
Ebuyer have the 2TB 1 bay version for £70 though I can't recommend this range of NAS.

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