Seagate BlackArmor 220 4TB NAS Drive - £204.89 Delivered @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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The BlackArmor® NAS 220 server is a small-business-specific network attached storage solution designed to provide centralized storage and data backup, helping to deliver business continuity for up to 20 PCs. Automatically backup business-critical data with RAID 1 mirroring, full-system backup, SafetyDrill+™ bare metal recovery software and powerful hardware-based encryption.
• Designed to provide centralized storage and data backup for up to 20 PCs.
• Enables automatic data mirroring with RAID 1 configuration.
• Protect network connected PCs with incremental and full-system, automatic backup.*
• Functions as an FTP server for remote file access.
• Stream media to DLNA® compliant devices and computers running iTunes® software.
• Includes two reliable, user-replaceable Seagate® hard drives.
• Connect external drives, share a printer or utilize an uninterrupted power supply with the two USB 2.0 ports.
• Secure files with powerful hardware-based encryption.
• Integrates with Microsoft® Active Directory.
• Multi-volume management.
• Event email notification.
• 3-year limited warranty.
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Looks pretty good to me for the size... what's the media server like? Tempted to replace my qnap
Hmmm, was tempted but then saw this... Maybe not hey
I have no experience with NAS, just looking for one at the moment. Your solution seems pretty good too. Two 2tb hard drives can be had for £114 at Scan. The best NAS enclosure I've come across is the Synology 211, but its pricy at £160. I'm a home/home office user so backing up is important. I'll read up on the D-lInk, its a newer product at a lower price point.
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This is a comparison, if that gets anyone anywhere, factoring in the now lower cost of the seagate, it might be worth a purchase. I wonder what features the D-Link is missing, and would the end user actually miss them...
I'd advise this and 2 x samsung 2tb drives, will work out about the same price or less !

Really no DLNA?

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