QNAP TS-210 2TB (2 x 1TB) Turbo NAS SATA-300 / Hi-Speed USB / Gigabit Ethernet / iSCSI £259.99 @ Dabs - HotUKDeals
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The TS-210 Turbo NAS is not only an ideal storage server but also a multimedia station to enhance your home entertainment experience. The built-in UPnP/DLNA media server of the Turbo NAS supports gaming consoles for media playing and the NAS works well with NFS-supported High-Definition (HD) digital media players.

Cables Included

1 x Network Cable
1 x Power Cable
1 x SATA Cable
1 x SATA Power Cable
Software Included

Drivers, Utilities, OPKG Platform, NetBak Backup Software, R-Sync Remote Replication, Surveillance Station (IP Camera) Software
OS Required

Linux, Apple MacOS X, Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows XP, Microsoft Windows Vista, Unix
Manufacturer's Warranty

Service & Support - 2 years Advanced Swap Out (UK Based Support).
Highlights of the QNAP TS-210 2TB (2 x 1TB) Turbo NAS SATA-300 / Hi-Speed USB / Gigabit Ethernet / iSCSI

Complete backup solution
Cross-platform data sharing and storage center
Low power consumption
Secure data storage, access, and sharing
Powerful all-in-one server
Powerful system management tools
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Seemed like a good deal.
Qnap and Synology are very expensive for what they offer (read overpriced)

Buffalo Linkstations offer a much better 'bang-per-buck'. Not as many software features on the Buffalo decives but better technical specifications (faster CPUs and more memory) and *much* cheaper prices that normally include a 1TB hard disk for a bout 2/3rds of the price of an *empty* Qnap or Synology unit
Reasonably good deal, but dabs has the standalone unit for a little over £164, and you can pick up 2TB of storage for under £100 now, so thats the cheapest way. Especally as this doesn't specify the speeds of the drives.

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