Iomega Home Media 1TB NAS Network Hard Drive Refurb £69.99 @ Misco - HotUKDeals
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Here we have a decent brand 1TB NAS at the sort of price you would expect to pay for a standard USB 1TB External Drive.

Enjoy your digital life! Easily share and access photos, videos and music between your home computers with the Iomega Home Media Network Hard Drive. This device provides easy-to-use, yet powerful, network storage for the home user and the three step setup is a breeze, even if you've never used a network drive before. Save all your digital files to one central location and share them between computers on your network. Then play back your pictures, videos and music from digital media adapters such as game consoles, digital picture frames or networked TVs. Built-in iTunes support automatically feeds music into iTunes for easy playback. Easily share one printer over the network. Control which family members have access to certain folders.

Features
Simple to use: Three step set-up - simply plug into your router, power on, and install the software CD. Friendly web screens for easy management.
Sharing: Access files from any networked Windows PC or Apple computer for easy file sharing
High Performance: Gigabit Ethernet connectivity combined with a high performance processor
UPnP AV Media Server: Compatible with DLNA® certified media players, able to stream photos, audio content and videos to a variety of media devices like game consoles, audio bridges, DMAs (digital media adapters), picture frames and more
iTunes Server: Store your audio content in one central location and share it across your iTunes players
Network File Protocols Supported: CIFS/SMB (Microsoft), AFP (Apple), HTTP 1.1
Expandability: Add storage capacity by connecting external USB Hard Disk Drives. Supports FAT32 and NTFS formatted hard drives
Network Discovery: Automatic network discovery by Apple Bonjour and Microsoft Windows Rally devices
Print Server: Intelligent network print sharing capability for one USB printer directly attached to the Home Media drive

What is a Refurbished Product?
A refurbished product is one that is returned by a customer, for whatever reason, and the stock is restored to "as new" condition after undergoing an intensive inspection process by qualified technicians. We then offer the refurbished product at a substantially discounted price.
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#1
If you don't need the network facility, you can buy the same drive new from John Lewis for the same money. Cheap if you need the network. I am not sure if I would buy refurb hdd, tho.
#2
Agreed, but usually a 1TB network drive for £100 is considered a 'hot deal', so to get one for even less at the same price as a non-network drive is very cheap in my book!
#3
Fantastic price but firmware is too buggy. Shame.
#4
You can get the non NAS version from staples for £64 from staples:

http://www.staples.co.uk/technology/external-hard-drives/iomega-prestige-desktop-hard-drive/prestige-1tb-usb-drive

Still voting this HOT
#5
3 months warranty, would of considered it if it was 12 but still a good deal voting hot. They dont seem to have any stock.
#6
good deal but now it is out of stock.
#7
thenextbutton;7902625
You can get the non NAS version from staples for £64 from staples:

http://www.staples.co.uk/technology/external-hard-drives/iomega-prestige-desktop-hard-drive/prestige-1tb-usb-drive

Still voting this HOT


but thats a totally different item...like saying dont buy a car you can buy a bicycle cheaper:roll:
#8
Gigait an and usb expandability are very nice - reckon it would be possible to swap the refurb 1gb drive with a new 2gb one?
#9
m1chaels
Gigait an and usb expandability are very nice - reckon it would be possible to swap the refurb 1gb drive with a new 2gb one?

Guessing you mean 1TB for a 2TB drive, been looking for a good 2TB NAS drive for a while but they are too expensive for me at the moment.
#10
yes you could by the way these come from iomega direct the drives insie are new they just swap them out and they hav stock jus isnt booked in yet - they have 50 pcs- i called in place a order b4 they go
#11
btw harddrives normally fail within a moth or they dont , if you look after them properly they will last, u will never see a nas 1tb at this price new or factory refurbished dont miss it
#12
kzee
good deal but now it is out of stock.


they have stok but isnt booked into the system , trust me place y oder you willget it on

tuesday mate but acat\fast they only have 50
#13
m1chaels
Gigait an and usb expandability are very nice - reckon it would be possible to swap the refurb 1gb drive with a new 2gb one?


Yes, see - http://iomega.nas-central.org/wiki/Home_Media_Disassembly
#14
looks like they use seagate ifworse come to worse u will still have wty with seagate for 3 years
#15
shaka123
looks like they use seagate ifworse come to worse u will still have wty with seagate for 3 years


no dosen't work like that, drives supplied inside computers or nas' like this etc do not have any warranty direct with seagate, they are warranted by the supplier, in this case for 3-months.
#16
i disagree ive don th exact same thing wit a msi laptop once after my 1 yr wty expired it worked
#17
shaka123
i disagree ive don th exact same thing wit a msi laptop once after my 1 yr wty expired it worked


Well MSI must 'do it differently' to all the other manufacturers. I am in the IT business and I've never heard of been able to send a hard drive that was supplied with a PC or Laptop back to the manufacturer. You can only send direct when the drive was purchased on its own.
#18
Jeez, this is a bargin! Although put off by the 3 month warranty. Harddrive failing isn't the proble, worse comes to worse would just replace it but worried about the NAS pcb board. Had a Icybox caddy usb/eSata and it failed after 8 months of moderate use.
#19
I'll stick with a Linkstation despite being more expensive.
#20
this iomega is fantastic - just typed the ip address of the drive into my browser and you have access to the drive from anywhere in the world amazing!!!
#21
Guys if anyone has bought one ( I am waiting for mine to arrive). There is a firmware update available for them HERE
#22
yeh mine arrived today best bargin i have had in years im going to be a few more to sell,, guys u dont want to miss this i plugged mine into my wifi router from bt all the wifi laptops in my house and ps3 pick up ALL MY MOVIES , PICS MUSIC and you can acess the files from anywhee inthe world by typing in the ip address i love misco
#23
did anyone get the stand with it ? I know it say's stand not included in the description - just wondering though

Or instructions for that matter ?
#24
These are back in stock . I just bought one because i have been looking for a while so that i can access my files from anywhere around the world. Very cheap considering its got the 1TB Hard included.
#25
estivez
I just bought one because i have been looking for a while so that i can access my files from anywhere around the world.


From iomega website:
Remote Access*
With remote access, you can connect to your pictures, videos, and files from anywhere in the world—as though you were sitting right at your workstation or home computer! Enter a personalized web address into any browser, and you will be easily downloading and uploading your files securely. Administrators can easily change Home Media Network Hard Drive settings, like adding users and folders from any web enabled device. The first year of remote access is free—and it's only $9.95 per year after. Custom domain names, such as [url]www.yourfamilyname.com[/url], are also available for additional charges. Remote access services are provided by TZO, the trusted name in Dynamic DNS Services.

Can anyone confirm that for remote access, only the first year is free? Do you know what the UK rate is per year thereafter?
Thanks!
#26
Considering 1 single 3.5" HDD enclosure with an Ethernet port are usually had for more than this and don't even come with a hard drive, this is an absolute bargain even if the HDD fails. Ideal for streaming to my PS3.

Voted HOT!
#27
I wonder if this can be used directly connected to your LAN port, possibly by cross over? Anybody have any idea?
#28
smoking hot
#29
Which consoles does this work with?:
Xbox 360?
PS3?
PSP...?
(avi, Xvid, divx)
#30
Does this drive offer the same functionality as an Apple Time Capsule?
#31
Akai XIII
Which consoles does this work with?:
Xbox 360?
PS3?
PSP...?
(avi, Xvid, divx)


Streams to my ps3 as seen as UPNP, also streams to my xbmc xbox but for some reason the xbox won't save a bookmark with it.
#32
pghstochaj
I wonder if this can be used directly connected to your LAN port, possibly by cross over? Anybody have any idea?


Can't find my crossover cable otherwise I would have checked for you.
#33
How secure is this?
If I accessed it from work, I guess I need to log into it? Would the login detail be encrypted?
#34
alictait
Can't find my crossover cable otherwise I would have checked for you.


Cheers - I only want to know as it's nice to be able to take the HDD with you sometimes.
#35
pghstochaj
Cheers - I only want to know as it's nice to be able to take the HDD with you sometimes.


Good point, it is annoying that it doesn't have another form of connectivity, unless there is a way to utilise the usb input port on it ??
#36
alictait
Good point, it is annoying that it doesn't have another form of connectivity, unless there is a way to utilise the usb input port on it ??


I assume there isn't. I have a Freecom Network Drive which can be used as a USB drive aswell - but it's double the price of this. If I knew it could still be used out and about then I would probably go for this. Having said that, the Freecom uses NFTS or Fat32 which has big benefits.
#37
seems a good deal
#38
Thanks very much to the OP for finding this, I've been after a cheap NAS with UPnP and USB print server support for a while, this ticks all the boxes. hot hot hot.
#39
alictait
Can't find my crossover cable otherwise I would have checked for you.


Not sure about this specific box but many of these NAS units can cope with crossover or normal cable connection and will auto-detect what's in use.
#40
Cheers, Just ordered one to use with my WDTV Live

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