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Netgear RND2000 ReadyNAS Duo 2-Bay NAS Enclosure plus claim a FREE 500GB drive - £119.97 delivered at Ebuyer

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Claim a FREE 500GB drive with every purchase of this NAS until 30th September 2010 - you need to print off the claim form and post it away with a copy of your invoice. With a ReadyNAS Duo on your… Read More
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Claim a FREE 500GB drive with every purchase of this NAS until 30th September 2010 - you need to print off the claim form and post it away with a copy of your invoice.

With a ReadyNAS Duo on your home network, youll have the peace of mind that youre no longer among the 50%+ of people who are just a hard drive failure away from losing valuable iTunes files and thousands of digital pictures..forever

ReadyNAS Duo is the heart of your digital home. It keeps your digital media safe* while allowing you to share it with all of your computers, games consoles and media players. Built in a sturdy steel housing and backed by an industry leading 3 year warranty from one of the biggest names in home networking, NETGEAR. Simply add up to two SATA hard drives of your choice and youre ready to go!

* Ultra small form factor high performance 2 bay home NAS with Gigabit connectivity
* Never lose data due to drive failure by simply adding a second drive
* X-RAID technology Hot swap drives easily to add capacity when you need it, without any down time
* Dedicated storage processor and hardware RAID for class leading read/write performance
* Full backup capability Included Shadow for ReadyNAS software allows constant data backup of PCs and Macs
* Full Media server- stream movies, music and photos to any network capable media player including Xbox360, PS3 etc
* Apple iTunes 7 servers - iPods, iPhones, PCs or Macs running the iTunes client can access the shared music library stored on the ReadyNAS Duo
* Share Photos ReadyNAS Photos allows you to share your pictures with friends and family across the internet to anywhere in the world
* Built-in BitTorrent Client Download straight into ReadyNAS Duo without a PC being switched on
* Multifunction USB ports Connect USB drives and share printers through 3 fast USB ports
* Access stored content anywhere via the Internet
* Low power consumption only draws 12w in standby, around one tenth the consumption of an average PC


*Add two hard drives to this empty chassis for protection from hard drive failure. ReadyNAS Duo automatically switches to RAID1 mirroring.
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#1
Don't know about the price, but I bought one of these about 12 months ago and it's brilliant! I use NTI Shadow (which was supplied with it) to do a back up of all my data as I go along, and backup the whole of my essential hard drive every night.

Cannot recommend enough!
suspended#2
just look at prices on searching this forum HOT from me
#3
Does anyone know if it comes with 2 caddies or just the one? Additional caddies are £16 :/
#4
Mine came with 2 caddies.
#5


£123.35 with cheapest delivery option!
#6
I've had one of these for two years now and it's great.

Also have installed more than a dozen for other people and all are still working away.

BitTorrrent client runs 24 hours a day for downloading when the PC is switched off.

Mine is plugged into a router and it streams to the PS3 flawlessly, although I use network plugs rather than wireless...

The three USB ports are useful for charging other devices when the PC is switched off.

Can't recommend this enough and at this price it's a steal...

Edited By: southwell65 on Aug 09, 2010 18:27: More info
#7
tait.adam
Mine came with 2 caddies.


what drive did you get? (make etc)
#8
Good price, would be £10 or so cheaper to buy it with a 2tb drive inside and get the 2nd second free using the offer but could buy this and the 2x 2tb drives at the same time as save hassle methinks.

http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/2TB-(1xHDD)-Netgear-RND2120-Readynas-Duo-2-BAY-Mirror-Raid-inc-GBit-lan-3x-USB

Edited By: mikepegg on Aug 09, 2010 18:46: link
#9
frakin hot.

I cant help but feel like a mug knowing i paid £150 for this.
#10
JUST ORDERED 1, THANKS
#11
This is the best of the "cheap" NAS enclosures. Build quality is superb and it just works.

The only downside is that the fan is a little noist for my ears. I simply replaced it for a silent 60mm Fractal Design unit surced from Scan. You can also download an app from Netgear to reduce the fan speed from default 1600rpm to 1000rpm.
#12
To add to my above comment this NAS supports both X-RAID and Flex-RAID.

X-RAID is the default option. This allows easy installation and upgrade to a RAID-1 protected array.

FLEX-RAID allows for RAID-0 (faster in desktops but not really much use inside a NAS which is limited by it Gigabit Ethernet port and processor) and RAID-5.

As a sidenote the Gigabit ethernet port on these boxes only allows for tranfers of around 16MB's. (one seventh of theorectical max speed). It is not much faster than standard 100Mbits ethernet, but for streaming 1080P Video it is more than enough.

I use mine to stream music and video (all legitimately owned and ripped) to my PS3.
#13
Orville
To add to my above comment this NAS supports both X-RAID and Flex-RAID.

X-RAID is the default option. This allows easy installation and upgrade to a RAID-1 protected array.

FLEX-RAID allows for RAID-0 (faster in desktops but not really much use inside a NAS which is limited by it Gigabit Ethernet port and processor) and RAID-5.

As a sidenote the Gigabit ethernet port on these boxes only allows for tranfers of around 16MB's. (one seventh of theorectical max speed). It is not much faster than standard 100Mbits ethernet, but for streaming 1080P Video it is more than enough.

I use mine to stream music and video (all legitimately owned and ripped) to my PS3.


So its not just mine. Not worth buying a gigabit router then i guess.
#14
Been looking at getting one of these for over a week now. Cracking reviews.

Isn't this a better deal - buying the 1TB version with free postage for £184.62 and getting the free 1TB hard drive?

http://store.cbccomputers.com/products.asp?partno=RND2110-100UKS
#15
good deal
banned#16
Is it possible to have this setup so i can use the 2 hard drives instead of one backing up the other ?

If so i am buying one for my Dune HD Base 3 :)
#17
Got one too. Everything seems to work as expected which always is a pleasant suprise with things like this ( streams pics,mp3 and video to PS3 and works flawlessly with logitech squeezebox classic and computer). There is one drawback - the fan isnt loud but has a slightly annoying tone so wouldnt want it in the lounge... Not sure if this is still an issue as I got mine about 9 months ago but still gets a hot from me.
#18
I have this. It's amazing.

And yes darrenjdoc - you can have one with 2 hard drives on their own. You can also have one backing up the other OR you can mirror them. But for your purposes you can just leave them on their own. If you want backup you can have that too - to destinations on the cloud (including Amazon S3, FTP, etc) or you can plug a USB drive into the back of the unit and back up to that. Back up on a schedule or whenever you press the 'backup' button. You couldn't ask for more with this :)

I mirror mine, but I only have 2x320GB in there and I've run out of space. Need a good hot (UK) deal on two new drives. Anyone? :)

Edited By: liddlefeesh on Aug 09, 2010 20:44: Clarity
#19
Not wanting to play down this product. It is quite nice, and does what i want it to do - Backup my Office Computers every weekend.

We were previously using USB Toughdrives (Freecom) for backup.

What I do wish for all to consider is that this is SLOW ... i mean really slow. What used to take 6-8 hours for backup, took all of 2 days. Something that is worth considering when you want to purchase this drive.

The concept of NAS however is terrific. I have an NDAS system myself at home and happy with it.
banned#20
Thanks for the info liddlefeesh.

I am going to order the 1 TB one :)
#21
Hi

Isnt this a much better deal - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Buffalo-LinkStation-MultiMedia-Attached-BitTorrent/dp/B001FNYWFU/ref=pd_ts_ce_3?ie=UTF8&s=electronics

1TB drive also with a bittorrent client?

If Im missing something please advise, just looking to get a NAS asap
#22
very hot and I am tempted just to get this NAS and 2 X 2TB drives for the long run. This way I could move all the data drives away from my PC. At the moment though this seems pretty unjustifiable. I've got my main PC acting as a NAS itself towards my televisions, XBOX and PS3.

If they were giving away a free 1TB drive or 2TB drive I would have placed my order tonight.
#23
psd99
very hot and I am tempted just to get this NAS and 2 X 2TB drives for the long run. This way I could move all the data drives away from my PC. At the moment though this seems pretty unjustifiable. I've got my main PC acting as a NAS itself towards my televisions, XBOX and PS3.

If they were giving away a free 1TB drive or 2TB drive I would have placed my order tonight.


They are - http://www.netgear.co.uk/common/pdfs/promotion_freedrive_form_21062010.pdf
#24
I got the 2tb version a couple of weeks ago with a free 2tb drive for £263.20. The fan is not noisey when running but can be when it boots up. Overall I think it is worth the money.

Edited By: cat123 on Aug 09, 2010 21:08: correction
#25
psd99
If they were giving away a free 1TB drive or 2TB drive I would have placed my order tonight.
They are doing exactly that !
The end result is a full 4TB of storage for just £250 - http://www.kikatek.com/product_info.php?products_id=130022
#26
I am not sure whether the x-raid is that good. I am unable to upgrade to 2tb from 500gb... ( it creates boot error after 2 days of transfer!)
My advice is to get a 2tb at start..
#27
Nom
psd99
If they were giving away a free 1TB drive or 2TB drive I would have placed my order tonight.

They are doing exactly that !
The end result is a full 4TB of storage for just £250 - http://www.kikatek.com/product_info.php?products_id=130022

They're out of stock there. I was actually looking for the 2TB one the other day and it seems nowhere has stock for under 300.
#28
Are there 2tb bluray drives that can be fitted into this?
#29
Mattcafc
Hi

Isnt this a much better deal - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Buffalo-LinkStation-MultiMedia-Attached-BitTorrent/dp/B001FNYWFU/ref=pd_ts_ce_3?ie=UTF8&s=electronics

1TB drive also with a bittorrent client?

If Im missing something please advise, just looking to get a NAS asap

That is a single bay device. Also lots of bad reviews on Amazon.
#30
My old man bought one of these last time round from cdiscounts and sent off for the 500gb drive and it never turned up to this day its still missing, other than that its quality.
#31
the free drive "within 28 days", so if you wanted to raid would have to buy, then wait up to month for the second drive before using it.

http://www.netgear.co.uk/freedrive.php
#32
How does this compare to a qnap or synology device?

I am looking for a soho solution to automatically backup to as i work.

TIA
#33
southwell65
I've had one of these for two years now and it's great.

Also have installed more than a dozen for other people and all are still working away.

BitTorrrent client runs 24 hours a day for downloading when the PC is switched off.

Mine is plugged into a router and it streams to the PS3 flawlessly, although I use network plugs rather than wireless...

The three USB ports are useful for charging other devices when the PC is switched off.

Can't recommend this enough and at this price it's a steal...

Very interested in this. I have just bought a PS3 (bit late I know). My question is, what format are your streamed movies in? I I guess I cannot stream MKV's to the PS3? I have a WD HDTV also, but it is the old one without a LAN socket, only USB & HDMI. Hmmm.
#34
poinsy
southwell65
I've had one of these for two years now and it's great.

Also have installed more than a dozen for other people and all are still working away.

BitTorrrent client runs 24 hours a day for downloading when the PC is switched off.

Mine is plugged into a router and it streams to the PS3 flawlessly, although I use network plugs rather than wireless...

The three USB ports are useful for charging other devices when the PC is switched off.

Can't recommend this enough and at this price it's a steal...

Very interested in this. I have just bought a PS3 (bit late I know). My question is, what format are your streamed movies in? I I guess I cannot stream MKV's to the PS3? I have a WD HDTV also, but it is the old one without a LAN socket, only USB & HDMI. Hmmm.

Use a free program called MKV2VOB. it convert MKV file to PS3 compatible format
#35
hmm this is a great price but 500gb is abit low...if 1tb that would be great...would prob end up taking the 500gb out...still hot deal!

EDIT: so i can stream to my ps3 even if my computer is off? and i can download torrents straight to the drive, EVEN if all computers are off?
wtf this sounds great....i think il just buy this...put the 500gb in my computer and buy 2x 2tb drives!


Edited By: stovy on Aug 10, 2010 02:38: mistake
#36
yes and yes (if setup correctly), you need to have access to a comp to start the downloads...after that turn them off.

stovy
hmm this is a great price but 500gb is abit low...if 1tb that would be great...would prob end up taking the 500gb out...still hot deal!

EDIT: so i can stream to my ps3 even if my computer is off? and i can download torrents straight to the drive, EVEN if all computers are off?
wtf this sounds great....i think il just buy this...put the 500gb in my computer and buy 2x 2tb drives!

#37
mikepegg
the free drive "within 28 days", so if you wanted to raid would have to buy, then wait up to month for the second drive


Mine turned up after about a week
#38
p-e-t-e
mikepegg
the free drive "within 28 days", so if you wanted to raid would have to buy, then wait up to month for the second drive


Mine turned up after about a week


It was contracted out to another company who I rang first to see how quick they would be, they even emailed me to say when the form arrived and when it shipped (the next day)
#39
mikepegg
the free drive "within 28 days", so if you wanted to raid would have to buy, then wait up to month for the second drive before using it.

http://www.netgear.co.uk/freedrive.php
You can start using the single drive straight away. Then when the 2nd drive arrives, just put it in and the ReadyNAS will sort out the RAID setup. We did this last year and it's worked fine ever since.
#40
Newbie here - what makes this item £50 better than than the following ????

Other NAS device with free 500gb upgrade

Thanks!



Edited By: TheAllenFamily on Aug 10, 2010 07:47: url

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