Hawking HNAS1 Network Storage Center NAS enclosure **Price Drop** £29.99 - HotUKDeals
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Cheapest elsewhere is ~£70, thus £29.99 seems a bargain to me.

The compact Hawking HNAS1 Net-Stor Network Storage Center is an economical and powerful device, and provides an ideal solution for small business and small office/home office users.

The HNAS1 functions as both a file server and FTP server, and can be used to easily share video, music, and data files.

The Network Storage Center features managed access via three pre-defined user authorization levels, which allows files to be shared both publicly and privately.

The HNAS1 can also be configured to allow the transfer or backup of files directly over the Internet via the web browser or FTP. It supports all standard 3.5" IDE Hard Drives of up to 250GB (hard drive not included). The Smart Setup Wizard makes installation of the Network Storage Center simple and the user-friendly web interface makes it easy to manage.

The HNAS1 is a great addition to any network!


Specifications
Specification Value
Product Description Hawking Net-Stor Network Storage Center HNAS1 - NAS server
Device Type NAS server
Host Connectivity Ethernet 10/100
Max Supported Capacity 250 GB
Dimensions (WxDxH) 6 cm x 22 cm x 13.2 cm
Storage Controller IDE - Fast Ethernet - Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX
Hard Drive 0 standard
Networking Network adapter - integrated - Ethernet, Fast Ethernet
System Requirements Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition, Microsoft Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP
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#1
You have to wonder why on earth this is limited to 250Gb.
#2
how is it limited to 250? would there be anyway to get around this?
#3
last firmware update was 2006 ... I guess they just haven't bothered to update it for bigger drives ...
#4
useless, my current network drive is 250 gb had it over 2 years ago looking to move to 500.
#5
Voted hot as this is as cheap as NAS enclosures go. Drive limit wont suit most though.
#6
I have one of these and it's quite good for the money. Downside - fan is quite noisy (can be disconnected but it's a bit fiddly), also it's an absolute pig to configure.
#7
some reviews say hard to use with vista (just google the model number)
#8
Anyone configured one of these with a Mac (OS X)?
#9
You could always use an old computer and install FreeNAS
http://www.freenas.org
#10
Does this one require its own "special" software installed on the PC accessing it?
#11
dwl99
I have one of these and it's quite good for the money. Downside - fan is quite noisy (can be disconnected but it's a bit fiddly), also it's an absolute pig to configure.


Have you tried a > 250gb hard-drive in it? Just wondering if it throws a wobbly?
#12
mikeyp
Have you tried a > 250gb hard-drive in it? Just wondering if it throws a wobbly?


nah, most of the forums I read said that 250GB was the max that the mobo & firmware would support. Send me a 500GB HDD & I'll try it out ;-)
#13
In that case I'll probably go for something like the Icybox on Scan. £6 more but supports any size sata or IDE drive. Plus its fanless.

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