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Buffalo TeraStation 1400 4-Bay 16TB Installed NAS Server £497.86 @ bleepbox / Ebay

£497.86 @ eBay
16TB storage works out as £31/TB and you're getting an enterprise class 4 bay dual core NAS with it and a 3 year guarantee. Currently £738.99 @ Ebuyer http://www.ebuyer.com/695480-buffalo-terastati… Read More
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16TB storage works out as £31/TB and you're getting an enterprise class 4 bay dual core NAS with it and a 3 year guarantee.

Currently £738.99 @ Ebuyer http://www.ebuyer.com/695480-buffalo-terastation-1400-16tb-4-x-4tb-nas-server-ts1400d1604-eu
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6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago
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#1
Interested in techie expert thoughts on this unit?
#2
I've got a readynas 4 plus with 8TB raid, would this be an upgrade? (obviously not just in storage).
1 Like #3
Doesnt seem that great of a deal when you can buy 16TB + a Proliant Server, for less, that can do a lot more than just share files.
1 Like #4
Pretty reasonable price for what it is. A bit of a stretch to call it enterprise grade though, definitely consumer spec equipment. A tad short on memory and fairly meagre processor. But if you're looking a good size of NAS which doesn't need a lot of power and aren't too worried about top of the line performance, this seems ok.
#5
Turret
Doesnt seem that great of a deal when you can buy 16TB + a Proliant Server, for less, that can do a lot more than just share files.


Can you provide a link to this? Thanks :P
2 Likes #6
paublo999
Interested in techie expert thoughts on this unit?

Yes I certainly would be mate! Go for it!
1 Like #7
I have one of these. It's great for extra storage space but it's not particularly fast. Transfer speeds can be painful. Good price.
#8
I bought a refurb buffalo nas with 2 x 500gb around 4 years ago for around £75, still going strong although I changed the hard drives last month to 2x 1tb
#9
Agree with turret get a server and put xpenology or similar on it or stick a hd 6450 in it and use it as a TV computer, kodi, nas, plex whatever don't see the point in a nas anymore and buffalo drop products too easily so when something descent comes out you probably won't be able to get it but you can just reconfigure the server as needed
#10
I can't seem to find the appeal for this. It's just a dumb NAS isn't it? No apps to speak of like what you'd find on a Synology or QNAP.
1 Like #11
The Enterpise class bit amused me....single NIC and not even a mention of iSCSI support..it's a low end domestic NAS

Edited By: Uridium on Dec 05, 2016 04:00
[mod]#12
Stick to the deal please, anything else then take it to Misc. Posts deleted.
#13
tezray
Agree with turret get a server and put xpenology or similar on it or stick a hd 6450 in it and use it as a TV computer, kodi, nas, plex whatever don't see the point in a nas anymore and buffalo drop products too easily so when something descent comes out you probably won't be able to get it but you can just reconfigure the server as needed

XPEnology is headless so why put a GPU in it?
#14
OrribleHarry
tezray
Agree with turret get a server and put xpenology or similar on it or stick a hd 6450 in it and use it as a TV computer, kodi, nas, plex whatever don't see the point in a nas anymore and buffalo drop products too easily so when something descent comes out you probably won't be able to get it but you can just reconfigure the server as needed

XPEnology is headless so why put a GPU in it?


xpenology OR hd 6450 TV computer. My experience of Buffalo in an enterprise environment is very painful. They aren't that reliable in a basic NAS setup and access restrictions just don't seem to work very well. I'm not saying they will all be bad but I wouldn't want to be burned again.
#15
OrribleHarry
tezray
Agree with turret get a server and put xpenology or similar on it or stick a hd 6450 in it and use it as a TV computer, kodi, nas, plex whatever don't see the point in a nas anymore and buffalo drop products too easily so when something descent comes out you probably won't be able to get it but you can just reconfigure the server as needed

XPEnology is headless so why put a GPU in it?


Gpu if you plug into a TV etc otherwise don't it does say that
#16
Amazing price for item.. I wonder if they have the western reds in there 4 x 4tb. Those disks cost 400 alone net... maybe more !
#17
Turret
Doesnt seem that great of a deal when you can buy 16TB + a Proliant Server, for less, that can do a lot more than just share files.

Link?
#18
Turret
Doesnt seem that great of a deal when you can buy 16TB + a Proliant Server, for less, that can do a lot more than just share files.
I too would like to see the link to this deal
#19
scottsargeant
Turret
Doesnt seem that great of a deal when you can buy 16TB + a Proliant Server, for less, that can do a lot more than just share files.
Can you provide a link to this? Thanks :P
That's probably a Proliant G1610T server e.g. ebuyer £126 after cashback, plus your choice of 4TB HDD at £130-£145 per HDD = £646 - £706.
Search HUKD for FAQs on the Proliant.

Edited By: Hootwo on Dec 05, 2016 12:23
#20
Turret
Doesnt seem that great of a deal when you can buy 16TB + a Proliant Server, for less, that can do a lot more than just share files.


Got a link please?
#21
Hootwo
scottsargeant
Turret
Doesnt seem that great of a deal when you can buy 16TB + a Proliant Server, for less, that can do a lot more than just share files.
Can you provide a link to this? Thanks :P
That's probably a Proliant G1610T server e.g. ebuyer £126 after cashback, plus your choice of 4TB HDD at £130-£145 per HDD = £646 - £706.
Search HUKD for FAQs on the Proliant.

Admittedly you could buy 5TB external disks off ebuyer for £109/piece but you lose the warranty and the hotswap ability with the Proliant server, still a good idea nonetheless depends what your needs are.
2 Likes #22
Are there any other deals on a smaller nas?
#23
What are the make of the drives in this?

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