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QNAP TS-210 Dual Bay NAS £160.96 @ Scan

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Scan have a QNAP TS-210 NAS in their today only offers for only £160.96

Cheapest anywhere online before the today only price, but now even cheaper until 1pm tomorrow.

You can find full information on the product here: http://www.scan.co.uk/product.aspx?ProductId=31307

BUT in order to get the cheaper price, you MUST order via this page: http://www.scan.co.uk/todayonly/
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#1
These look awesome. They can do iSCSSI as well, and are VMWare & Citrix ready :)
#2
I've been running a TS-209 for a couple of years now. 2 x 500GB drives in RAID1. It's been splendid, and QNAP support first-rate, with very decent firmware upgrades. The home surveillance feature that was added last year is superb.

There's cheaper NAS out there, but nothing better. It's a cornerstone in our house now. Want a TS-419 now.....
#3
Don't forget, you can get free shipping here : AVFORUMS
#4
can you tell me if this will also play media files, such as photos and films?

here it says

"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 (with TwonkyMedia enabled) of the Turbo NAS supports gaming consoles for media playing and the NAS works well with NFS-supported High-Definition (HD) digital media players. Moreover, the AJAX web interface is provided for you to manage the applications of the Turbo NAS in a more intuitive way."

i dont really know what half of that means, but am looking for a hard drive i can put under the tv, connected to the network, store and watch films from etc, and have access to via NAS when working away from home.
#5
rockrat
can you tell me if this will also play media files, such as photos and films?
[does it have] have access to via NAS when working away from home?


Same question I have. I'm looking for something to store photos that I can have access to anywhere.
#6
Liddle ol' me
rockrat
can you tell me if this will also play media files, such as photos and films?
[does it have] have access to via NAS when working away from home?


Same question I have. I'm looking for something to store photos that I can have access to anywhere.


Yes, you can configure it to let it be available anywhere. QNAP even make a iPhone app for easy access...
#7
rockrat
can you tell me if this will also play media files, such as photos and films?

here it says

"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 (with TwonkyMedia enabled) of the Turbo NAS supports gaming consoles for media playing and the NAS works well with NFS-supported High-Definition (HD) digital media players. Moreover, the AJAX web interface is provided for you to manage the applications of the Turbo NAS in a more intuitive way."

i dont really know what half of that means, but am looking for a hard drive i can put under the tv, connected to the network, store and watch films from etc, and have access to via NAS when working away from home.


It can't play the files, but it can serve them via it's in-built Twonky (in my opinion, the best!) DNLA UPnP Media Server to any device which can read/play. That's things like an Xbox, PS3, AppleTV even.
#8
razord
Liddle ol' me
rockrat
can you tell me if this will also play media files, such as photos and films?
[does it have] have access to via NAS when working away from home?


Same question I have. I'm looking for something to store photos that I can have access to anywhere.


Yes, you can configure it to let it be available anywhere. QNAP even make a iPhone app for easy access...


Thanks for that. Since you appear to know your stuff, hope you don't mind answering another question. I've built a couple of websites using Joomla! that I pay hosting fees for. Would I be able to relaibly host them myself using a NAS like this?
#9
Liddle ol' me
razord
Liddle ol' me
rockrat
can you tell me if this will also play media files, such as photos and films?
[does it have] have access to via NAS when working away from home?


Same question I have. I'm looking for something to store photos that I can have access to anywhere.


Yes, you can configure it to let it be available anywhere. QNAP even make a iPhone app for easy access...


Thanks for that. Since you appear to know your stuff, hope you don't mind answering another question. I've built a couple of websites using Joomla! that I pay hosting fees for. Would I be able to relaibly host them myself using a NAS like this?


You could yeh - it comes with PHP and stuff installed to be a basic webserver. Infact, QNAP even have a guide on how to do Joomla.. http://www.qnap.com/pro_features_Joomla.asp

You need to be confident that your broadband connection at home is fast enough to support however many users you're going to get, though :)
#10
Dabs have this with 2 * 1TB drives for £259.99

http://www.dabs.com/products/qnap-ts-210-2tb--2-x-1tb--turbo-nas-sata-300---hi-speed-usb---gigabit-ethernet---iscsi-6MKH.html?utm_source=google&utm_medium=product+search&utm_campaign=product+search

Quidoco curently have a £10 off code and 3% back, so that would make it £242.50, so only just over £80 mare than this.
#11
iandrews
Dabs have this with 2 * 1TB drives for £259.99


http://www.dabs.com/products/qnap-ts-210-2tb--2-x-1tb--turbo-nas-sata-300---hi-speed-usb---gigabit-ethernet---iscsi-6MKH.html?utm_source=google&utm_medium=product
+search&utm_campaign=product+search

Quidoco curently have a £10 off code and 3% back, so that would make it £242.50, so only just over £80 mare than this.


I contacted Dabs to try and find the speed of the 1TB drives it comes with, and Dabs came back with a stock "We can't answer that" question.. Which is a shame, or i would have considered it.

You can get a similar price from Scan though with 2 * 1TB drive!
#12
What 1GB drives would you recommend then.
#13
iandrews
What 1GB drives would you recommend then.


You definitely want 7200rpm drives, usually a touch more expensive.. as for drives, it's really up to you what drives you want!

I bought 2 * 1.5 TB 7200rpm Seagate drives, so got 3TB in total for £276.. think the extra TB is worth the £30 :)
#14
razord
rockrat
can you tell me if this will also play media files, such as photos and films?

here it says

"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 (with TwonkyMedia enabled) of the Turbo NAS supports gaming consoles for media playing and the NAS works well with NFS-supported High-Definition (HD) digital media players. Moreover, the AJAX web interface is provided for you to manage the applications of the Turbo NAS in a more intuitive way."

i dont really know what half of that means, but am looking for a hard drive i can put under the tv, connected to the network, store and watch films from etc, and have access to via NAS when working away from home.


It can't play the files, but it can serve them via it's in-built Twonky (in my opinion, the best!) DNLA UPnP Media Server to any device which can read/play. That's things like an Xbox, PS3, AppleTV even.


ok, as you know your stuff, will it play films then if i put it through a nintendo Wii...as thats the only gaming machine we have at home, or maybe the HUMAX freesat HD box we use which has an ethernet connection we sue for palying bbc iplayer though??

if either of these work then maybe this is just what i need..

thanks for the help
#15
razord
You could yeh - it comes with PHP and stuff installed to be a basic webserver. Infact, QNAP even have a guide on how to do Joomla.. http://www.qnap.com/pro_features_Joomla.asp

You need to be confident that your broadband connection at home is fast enough to support however many users you're going to get, though :)


Thanks. I get a steady 19mbps download speed, 1.2mbps upload, but I guess there's a little more to think about than that
#16
rockrat
razord
rockrat
can you tell me if this will also play media files, such as photos and films?

here it says

"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 (with TwonkyMedia enabled) of the Turbo NAS supports gaming consoles for media playing and the NAS works well with NFS-supported High-Definition (HD) digital media players. Moreover, the AJAX web interface is provided for you to manage the applications of the Turbo NAS in a more intuitive way."

i dont really know what half of that means, but am looking for a hard drive i can put under the tv, connected to the network, store and watch films from etc, and have access to via NAS when working away from home.


It can't play the files, but it can serve them via it's in-built Twonky (in my opinion, the best!) DNLA UPnP Media Server to any device which can read/play. That's things like an Xbox, PS3, AppleTV even.


ok, as you know your stuff, will it play films then if i put it through a nintendo Wii...as thats the only gaming machine we have at home, or maybe the HUMAX freesat HD box we use which has an ethernet connection we sue for palying bbc iplayer though??

if either of these work then maybe this is just what i need..

thanks for the help


I'm not too sure i'd rely on either of them to play any kind of file properly, but i don't know enough about the Freesat HD box to know for sure. My experience with the HUMAX FreeVIEW HD box's streaming support is less than optimal - and as far as i know, the wii can't do streaming over the network.
#17
back up to £164.37 now

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