LG N2B1DB2 2 Bay Blu-ray Network Attached Storage 1TB £292.54 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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LG Super-Multi NAS N2B1DB2 is a network storage device with 1TB of storage and a Blu-ray Disc rewriter which serves as an additional backup option storing up to 50GB on a dual layer Blu-ray disc. This scalable storage solution with RAID management is perfect for small business users such as doctors or graphic designers to easily manage and store large amounts of data such as images, video, etc. Storage capacity is drive dependent with two hot swappable hard drive bays.

This is the worlds first NAS with built-in Blu-ray rewriter, making it possible to burn as much as 50 gigabytes of data onto blu-ray media and reuse storage space. It is optimized for home and small business users who manage large amounts of data, such as professional photographers, graphic designers and architects.

LG NAS uses RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Discs) to solve a data loss problem. It divides and replicates data among multiple hard disk drives to prevent possible damage.

Users connected to the internet can access data easily whenever and wherever thanks to the remote access function. This allows multiple users to access the same files, whether connected by the same network or connecting remotely. To prevent possible security problems, access is password protected and limited to authorized users.

LG NAS is compatible with Windows, Linux and Mac operating systems and networks. A web-based graphic user interface makes it easy to install and maintain, even for users who are not IT experts.

Using its three additional USB ports, LG NAS can download data directly from USB memory sticks and card readers, digital cameras and MP3 players. It automatically tracks which data has been added using its version management system and only downloads new files to save time and space.

The LG NAS can connect to your television via the DLNA port enabling you to watch all your stores movies and the built in i-Tunes server allows you to have you complete i-pod library securely stored and accessible wherever you are.
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#1
Looks nice too!
Also available at Ebuyer if you dont like amazon, same price!

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Settled on this after extensive research and have to admit to being swayed by the looks, design and overall specification of this unit. The first thing thats really strikes you about this is just how great it looks. This is important to me as its in the living room.

I bought this to act as a media server and I was worried after reading some reviews that it would not work. Once set up however and using the PS3 I was able to see all my music, pictures and video and stream to the PS3. Its a little slow on occasion and I hope this is addressed with upcoming firmware updates.

The Bluray option is excellent and I have it set up to show as a shared drive. This gives me a DVDRW / Bluray for any of my laptops, especially handy for those that don't have an optical drive.

My only real complaint is that the web browser (GUI) is not particularly imaginative as looks like a version 1.0 release. I just hope this gets some improvement.

Overall i'm really impressed with this, it comes with a huge specification, and as a bonus looks stunning and is silent running. Almost five stars!!
#2
Could also be better to buy it on its own and add the HDD's yourself.
£207 delivered for the case + bd-r without HDD's (hitachi 1tb's are still £49 at ebuyer)

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#3
I've been looking at this for a while, but I am trying to find out if the blu-ray archiving function automatically splits up a large folder into 25GB chunks so the data can be backed up. Or is it the case that for a 100GB folder, you need to manually drag 25GB of data at a time, to the blu-ray writer?

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