NETGEAR ReadyNAS Duo (No disk) NAS - £117.49 @ Misco (possible Quidco) - HotUKDeals
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Now that the Ebuyer deal has gone up in price, this is the cheapest place to get the bare shell of the a "best of the lower end" (in my opinion) NAS.

Throw in the 500Gb drive offer too, and its a deal!

EDIT - 4.5% Quidco!
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#1
I would say the Netgear Stora for about £60 is a better deal, especially considering it is wireless and you get a free 500GB drive (after sending off for one) included...
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not_the_messiah
I would say the Netgear Stora for about £60 is a better deal, especially considering it is wireless and you get a free 500GB drive (after sending off for one) included...


Do you have a link?
#3
Jumpingphil
not_the_messiah
I would say the Netgear Stora for about £60 is a better deal, especially considering it is wireless and you get a free 500GB drive (after sending off for one) included...
Do you have a link?
was posted recently - ebuyer and novatech iirc , search can be date sorted now so easier

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Edited By: brilly on Aug 13, 2010 13:14: edit is useless - removed first edit completely
#4
Do you have a link?


here
#5
not_the_messiah
I would say the Netgear Stora for about £60 is a better deal, especially considering it is wireless and you get a free 500GB drive (after sending off for one) included...


It's not wireless, this one has the same free disk offer, they are aimed at different users, the Stora is cheap and cheerful, this much more versatile and argubly much better quality.

Both are bargains, just depends what you want from it!
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b1g1an
not_the_messiah
I would say the Netgear Stora for about £60 is a better deal, especially considering it is wireless and you get a free 500GB drive (after sending off for one) included...


It's not wireless, this one has the same free disk offer, they are aimed at different users, the Stora is cheap and cheerful, this much more versatile and argubly much better quality.

Both are bargains, just depends what you want from it!


+1 - The stora is essentially a rebranded White NAS from Netgear aimed at the casual User, but it has its share of problems (check reviews and forums). Unlock / hack it and it can do a lot more, but then thats not its target market - I class it as an external drive with the abilty to do mirroring :)

The ReadyNAS is a step-up (with the accompanying price) - Caddied drives, much better build quality, extra USB ports over the stora to perform backups to external disc / hook up a printer (If I recall it will work as a print server). It also doesnt try to charge for "premium services" and has a bittorrent client built in as standard...

You take your choice, but personally I would see myself getting more frustrated with what the stora *wouldnt* do...
banned#7
why is this cold?
banned#8
oh i see why this is cold - price is £165! someone should expire this!
#9
MuscleFlex
oh i see why this is cold - price is £165! someone should expire this!
was voted cold at the original price :)
temp is a random thing at times and was a couple of quid cheaper the week before so in peoples minds its not cheap

Edited By: brilly on Aug 26, 2010 19:17: .
banned#10
thanks brilly - would you know the cheapest place for this nas then at the mo? the one i've found is novatech tonight at less than 130.
#11
MuscleFlex
thanks brilly - would you know the cheapest place for this nas then at the mo? the one i've found is novatech tonight at less than 130.
that may well be the cheapest atm, certainly of the bigger retailers it seems to be.
depending on how much storage you need, buying the higher base capacity drives + free larger drive may work out cheaper though if any deals on those atm.

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