Netgear readynas Ultra 2, atom 1.8ghz hyperthread, 1gb ram With FREE 1TB Drive@Dabs 219.99 Free delivery - HotUKDeals
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Yes I know you can get a micro server for less, but this uses less energy, built in all in one in a box, just plug and play, and you can change the memory and it is very quite at 25db, also not everyone knows how to set up the servers ect.. and seems it can shift media on the fly as well, with a atom hyper thread cpu

ReadyNAS® Ultra is the first-ever storage system with media-shifting capabilities, enabling users to centralize their media and access it from any networked location and on any networked device. Ideal for media enthusiasts wanting a fast, high-quality yet affordable storage solution to store, share and protect their high-valued media collections. More than twice as fast as legacy ReadyNAS for Home systems, it enables users to shift their media onto nearly any device and unplug their direct-attached storage. It also provides advanced storage features, like X-RAID2™, and fast access to stored media content from any location via any DLNA® Certified® device.

General
Device Type NAS server
Host Connectivity Gigabit Ethernet
Total Storage Capacity 0 TB
Max Supported Capacity 4 TB
Width 10.1 cm
Depth 22 cm
Height 14.2 cm
Weight 2.1 kg
Localisation United Kingdom
Processor / Memory
Processors Installed 1 x Intel Atom 1.8 GHz
RAM Installed DRAM 1 GB
Storage Controller
Type 1 x RAID
Controller Interface Type Serial ATA-300
Data Transfer Rate 300 MBps
Supported Devices Hard drive
Max Storage Devices Qty 2
RAID Level RAID 0, RAID 1
Hard Drive
Type Hot-swap - 3.5"
Networking
Type Network adapter
Data Link Protocol Ethernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet
Remote Management Protocol HTTP, HTTPS
Network Services Compatibility Microsoft CIFS, Network File System (NFS), FTP, FTPS, Server Message Block (SMB), Apple File Protocol (AFP), HTTP, HTTPS
Features Wake on LAN (WOL), DHCP server
Compliant Standards DLNA CERTIFIED
Expansion / Connectivity
Expansion Bays Total (Free) 2 ( 2 ) x hot-swap - 3.5"
Interfaces 2 x Hi-Speed USB - 4 PIN USB Type A ¦ 2 x Ethernet 10Base-T/100Base-TX/1000Base-T - RJ-45 ¦ 1 x SuperSpeed USB - 9 pin USB Type A
Miscellaneous
Features X-RAID2 technology
Power
Power Device Power adapter - external
Voltage Required AC 120/230 V ( 50/60 Hz )
Power Provided 60 Watt
Software / System Requirements
Storage Operating System RAIDiator OS
Manufacturer Warranty
Service & Support 3 years warranty
Service & Support Details Limited warranty - 3 years
Environmental Parameters
Min Operating Temperature 0 °C
Max Operating Temperature 40 °C
Humidity Range Operating 20 - 80% (non-condensing)
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#1
Can anyone find a better NAS box with a 1TB drive for cheaper, a all in one solution?
#2
I really would like to know why all the cold votes, I dont want a loud server that uses 350w and dont know how to set it up.

I need a nas, whats wrong with this new Netgear ultra, gets great reviews at £300.00 with no drives.
#3
DIY well cheaper, less power.
#4
DireEmblem
DIY well cheaper, less power.


Yes but lots of problems with freenas,
people vote qnap hot, but they are overpriced and the same can be said for them, you can build one cheaper.
#5
What about this in a mini itx case? what psu would I need to make it silent? and what else?
http://www.ebuyer.com/product/197442?utm_source=google&utm_medium=products
#6
Actually a HP MicroServer with a Single disk fitted only uses 40w power when idle..only about 10-15w more than a ReadyNAS....

http://www.techhead.co.uk/video-hp-proliant-microserver-power-consumption

The HP Microserver really does take some beating to be honest...and no i'm not defending my purchase as i don't have one....

Still using an old Netgear Stora myself as despite the lousy reviews I've found it to be an utter fantastic bargain NAS (and maxes at around 12w usage :-) ) but if i was buying again it would be a Microserver.....



Edited By: Uridium on Jun 07, 2011 22:03
#7
This is actually a really good deal, given a QNAP TS-119+ costs more than this (and not as fast) and it doesn't come with any drives!

Edited By: jhunt1977 on Jun 07, 2011 23:50
#8
COLD. Awful deal.
#9
merb0786
COLD. Awful deal.


why?

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