D-Link DNS-323 NAS, 2 Bay Network Storage Enclosure £59.99 delivered @ Kikatek - HotUKDeals
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The D-Link DNS-323 2-Bay Network Storage Enclosure enables users at home or in the office to share documents such as music, photos and videos across the network and on the Internet, so family members, friends, or employees can gain access to them. In the office, this enclosure also provides a central network point to back up valuable files and protect them from drive failure by using the built-in RAID 1 mirroring technology. At home, this device can be used to stream music, photos and videos to UPnP AV compatible network media players.

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Not as cheap as it was a few months ago, but cheapest seller at the moment.
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#1
The DNS-320 is newer and about the same price at Amazon:
http://www.amazon.co.uk/D-Link-ShareCenter-Network-Storage-Enclosure/dp/B004AIWOXY
#2
Would this work with a PS3 via WiFi if connected to a router via ethernet?
#3
airguitarist
Would this work with a PS3 via WiFi if connected to a router via ethernet?


I have had my DND-323 for over 2 years now, cant fault it.
I use it to stream films / Music to both my PS3 and Xbox 360.
#4
PSmith222
The DNS-320 is newer and about the same price at Amazon:
[url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.amazon.co.uk%2FD-Link-ShareCenter-Network-Storage-Enclosure%2Fdp%2FB004AIWOXY]http://www.amazon.co.uk/D-Link-ShareCenter-Network-Storage-Enclosure/dp/B004AIWOXY[/url]

The DNS 320 is noisey as fleck, I sold mine, the fan would not go off, no matter what I did, I even tried opening the lid, changing setting, it had a NOISEY fan
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Strange, briefly glanced at the picture and thought...Nah don't want a toaster
#6
These were £50 not so long ago from dabs/bt shop.

had mine for about 4 years if not more now Good bit of kit in its day

dont forget you need to buy drives for it.
#7
Got one of these with 2x 1.5tb drives in... works well for me.

Got it a while ago for £50... I would now go for the newer one at amazon, probably better support and only £5 more.
banned#8
Had one of these, thought it was crap as a media server, slow, slow at refreshing library, etc etc... Qnap is much better... But ok as a home storage NAS I guess
#9
Its more of a nas than a media server, its meant to be ok with twonkey on tho
#10
Voting my own deal cold, after noticing this deal:D

4 bay (potencially 5!) is exactly what I was after!

Edited By: TehJumpingJawa on May 19, 2011 13:25
#11
dcx_badass
Got one for £50 in March, worked great as a media/file server etc. Just the write speeds were so slow, fine once the files are on ot, but so slow putting them on it, I gave mine away and bought a HP Proliant Microserver (mentioned above) instead. ~7 faster transfer rates.


I got one in March also - only just got round to setting it up and I hate it! I used the 1.10 firmware you posted elsewhere - but it still takes about 3 hours to back up a 6 gig movie - thats no use for me. Is that the kind of speed everyone else gets?

If so I cant see the point in such units - with up to 4TB storage and such slow transfer rates.

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