Networked Attached Storage - Iomega 1Tb Home Media Network Hard Drive with free next day delivery £100 @ Staples - HotUKDeals
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Please note this is not a USB external hard drive but a network attached hard drive which is completely different, it connects via your network and shares the files over the network to all of your networked devices, eg, computers, gaming consoles etc.

Found this instore, but also available online, most other sites have it for approx £130 plus delivery.

Easily share and access files, photos, videos, and music between all your computers, with friends and with family using the Iomega® Home Media Network Hard Drive.

Powerful and fast, the three-step set-up is very simple, even if youve never used a network drive before. Ideal for centrally storing and sharing all your media files, the Home Media Network Hard Drive has a built in UPnP AV Media Server (DLNA certified) and iTunes Server so that content can be easily shared between computers and any other digital media adapters such as game consoles, digital picture frames or networked TVs.

Simple 1-click sharing automatically posts files to your Facebook®, YouTube and Flickr accounts. A photo slideshow can be created instantly, for online sharing with friends and family updated by simply dropping files into an Active Folder.

Remote access allows you to access your files securely from anywhere in the world via the internet.

Torrent download allows you to take advantage of the new standard in file sharing, and other features allow you to share a printer and control which family members have access to certain folders.

Automatically back up all your computers to the network drive with award winning EMC® Retrospect® Express backup software for PC and Mac® (included), or virtually any backup application, including Time Machine®.

Simple to use: Three step set-up simply plug into your router, power on, and install the software CD. Use intuitive web-browser screens for easy management.

What You Get
# Iomega® Home Media Network Hard Drive with stand
# Ethernet cable
# Power supply
# Printed Quick Start Guide
# Solution CD with system software, user manual and EMC Retrospect Express HD backup software
# Warranty: 3 years with product registration
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#1
hmm wonder why all the cold ratings?
#2
leejhamilton
hmm wonder why all the cold ratings?



I think its becuase you mentioned facebook in your original post! :thumbsup:
#3
Tesco have what I think is the same product for £74.97

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.204-6510.aspx
#4
guilbert53
Tesco have what I think is the same product for £74.97

http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.204-6510.aspx


No - that is a different product. Your Tesco link is to a USB external hard drive. The subject of this deal is a Network (NAS) Hard Drive - not the same thing at all.

[Edit:] The equivalent product at Tesco is £117.97 - http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.205-3734.aspx
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stoko
No - that is a different product. Your Tesco link is to a USB external hard drive. The subject of this deal is a Network (NAS) Hard Drive - not the same thing at all.

[Edit:] The equivalent product at Tesco is £117.97 - http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.205-3734.aspx


Have you even looked at the picture of the harddrive picture of the deal post and the harddrive you propose it to be at tesco! completely different!
#6
jonny619447
Have you even looked at the picture of the harddrive picture of the deal post and the harddrive you propose it to be at tesco! completely different!


Yes, I did. The picture is different but the specification is the same.
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stoko
Yes, I did. The picture is different but the specification is the same.


oh right ok :)
#8
If you want to put 1TB of data on a single disk nas you want your head feeling.

Would you drive a car with no breaks ?? No.

Would you put all data on a nas without a mirrored drive ?? No.

Cold for me !!
#9
goretex
If you want to put 1TB of data on a single disk nas you want your head feeling.

Would you drive a car with no breaks ?? No.

Would you put all data on a nas without a mirrored drive ?? No.

Cold for me !!


Waat a ridiculous argument! Nothing to stop you copying stuff that requires backing up to another media. At the end of the day most peoples treasured libraries are hardly second-by-second dynamic.

Hot.
#10
goretex
If you want to put 1TB of data on a single disk nas you want your head feeling.

Would you drive a car with no breaks ?? No.

Would you put all data on a nas without a mirrored drive ?? No.

Cold for me !!


Yes a mirrored drive combined with regular backups to other media is ideal; but, provided folks backup the NAS regularly to another drive (e.g. an external USB plugged into the NAS), then this is likely to be a better solution than the normal confused muddle of internal and usb disk copies.
#11
Bought one the other week when they were 99.97 instore.

Update firmware to the latest version before using.

Then supports bit-torrent, ftp and a few other things.

Works well, runs relatively quietly and quite cool. Has included print server so you can then network one of your printers if you want. Nice companion to the infamous Joggler or network media streamer e.g. WD Live.

Can attach an external USB to it and backup all the data onto there using the included software.
#13
stoko
No - that is a different product. Your Tesco link is to a USB external hard drive. The subject of this deal is a Network (NAS) Hard Drive - not the same thing at all.

[Edit:] The equivalent product at Tesco is £117.97 - http://direct.tesco.com/q/R.205-3734.aspx


Different product, the one at tesco does not support DLNA which this one does, makes streaming media to xbox 360, PS3 and networked media players, TV's etc easy
#14
pot_belly
Waat a ridiculous argument! Nothing to stop you copying stuff that requires backing up to another media. At the end of the day most peoples treasured libraries are hardly second-by-second dynamic.

Hot.



Oh and you happen to have a second 1tb drive knocking around and a few hours to drag it ove the network to the usb drive. either that or you have invested in a LTO4 tape drive for £1300 to back up the data. I work in IT and would never trust my data to a single spindle. Watch BBC click and see how good DVD's are pretty crap 2-3 years life expectancy

Hope your data is safe !!

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