Netgear RND2110 NAS with 1TB drive with 1 free 1TB drive uses RAID1 £189.99 @ Dabs - HotUKDeals
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Product Description
With every purchase of this 1TB NAS drive until 3rd April 2011, you can claim an extra FREE 1TB drive!! For further details and claim form - click here!

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 you're ready to go
Features:
•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 PC's 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.
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1 Like #1
Is £189.99 from
dabs
#2
Thanks - only reason for posting is that im new to NAS and was hoping to get some guidance from all of you very knowledgable people.
#3
This gets good reviews.

Personally, I use an old PC with ubuntu server installed with 4 internal hard disks and and external USB disk attached as a media server. I already had the old PC and setting up was fairly easy. Perhaps not as plug and play as this claims to be, but a good use of an older PC.


Edited By: poorgolfer on Feb 13, 2011 10:23
1 Like #4
I've got this unit with 2 * 2TB Samsung F4's in. Very good piece of equipment and reasonably easy to set up.
#5
I built a HTPC with windows 7 and use it for Freview HD, Freesat HD, Blu-Ray, iPlayer, spotify etc. Which also means it's always on so use that as a kind of NAS box too.
1 Like #7
You better off with a Synology 211j from Amazon for 149.99 easy to setup and ready to use with the dsm user interface 3.0. It's only the nas enclosure and you will need to get the drives separate.
I've got 2 x 2tb seagate in raid 1 setup. Does exactly what if says on the tin. Check it out.
#8


The D-Link DNS-320 seems to be getting pretty bad reviews. Lots of people complaining that it doesn't do what D-Link says it does in the marketing blurb. D-Link apparently said they were going to release a firmware update to address the problems in January 2011! I was going to buy one but I think I will pass until D-Link pull their finger out.
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Diveboy
I built a HTPC with windows 7 and use it for Freview HD, Freesat HD, Blu-Ray, iPlayer, spotify etc. Which also means it's always on so use that as a kind of NAS box too.

Lovely story
#10
Thanks for all of your replies guys/girls.
#11
poorgolfer
This gets good reviews.Personally, I use an old PC with ubuntu server installed with 4 internal hard disks and and external USB disk attached as a media server. I already had the old PC and setting up was fairly easy. Perhaps not as plug and play as this claims to be, but a good use of an older PC.

agreed thats what ill do
VDisillusioned
The D-Link DNS-320 seems to be getting pretty bad reviews. Lots of people complaining that it doesn't do what D-Link says it does in the marketing blurb. D-Link apparently said they were going to release a firmware update to address the problems in January 2011! I was going to buy one but I think I will pass until D-Link pull their finger out.

stick to those with decent support:-

hp mediasmart servers or other devices using windows home server - lots of ms and non-ms support
synology
qnap


Edited By: royals on Feb 15, 2011 17:40

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