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FT: 200gb NAS Drive (ATMT) £30.00

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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months agoFeedback:17 Positive/1 Neutral/0 Negative
Had this for sale earlier at-
http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/549139/fs-atmt-nas-network-drive-200gb
Now I'm wondering if anyone wants to trade for a 2.5" drive that I can fit in my spare enclosure.
Open to any other reasonable offers too, what have you got?
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Prefer collection in person or straight swap on recorded delivery.
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months agoFeedback:17 Positive/1 Neutral/0 Negative
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#2
Bump.
#3
bump no2
#4
£20 delevered?
#5
when you say 'noisy' is it a hard drive noise like the drive will fail or a fan noise?

take out the hard drive and i'll offer £15 delivered for the enclosure..
#6
got a 60gb 2.5 HDD here that doing nothing.
its out of my PS3 - and was working perfect
fancy a trade?
#7
I have a 160GB Hitachi 2.5" drive taken out out a MacBook Pro 13" that I bought in June that I would be willing to trade for this.

Would that be agreeable? :)
#8
Scratch my offer actually, website for the enclosure says no NTFS support. Can you confirm this to be the case? :)
#9
flexsingh
£20 delevered?


£25 & you've got a deal.
#10
TheGimp
when you say 'noisy' is it a hard drive noise like the drive will fail or a fan noise?

take out the hard drive and i'll offer £15 delivered for the enclosure..

Sorry I don't know the difference but it works fine.
#11
cifa
got a 60gb 2.5 HDD here that doing nothing.
its out of my PS3 - and was working perfect
fancy a trade?

No thanks.
#12
TimRogers
Scratch my offer actually, website for the enclosure says no NTFS support. Can you confirm this to be the case? :)

I havent got a clue. Sorry.
#13
TimRogers
Scratch my offer actually, website for the enclosure says no NTFS support. Can you confirm this to be the case? :)

Just checked & its FAT32 only. That means each file size has a max of 4gb.
Description

The HD363N is a hard drive enclosure that turns a 3.5 inch hard drive into a standalone SAMBA or FTP server. Plug in an Ethernet connection, and you have a hard drive that can be shared among the network.

Features


External 3.5" HDD enclosure with Ethernet interface


Compatible with IDE HDD (ATA 133) and 48-bit addressing


Share files over LAN as a file server (SAMBA) and over the Internet as an FTP server


Standalone operation, no PC required


Easy firmware download support, get the latest firmware here


Easy configuration over HTTP


Flexible configuration as static IP, DHCP client, or DHCP server

Auto Ethernet cable type detection (straight or crossed)
Auto spin-down and wakeup


Technical specifications

Storage HDD: Compatible with 3.5" IDE HDD, 48-bit LBA
File System: Fat32 (Max. 4 GB file size)
Interface Ethernet: 10/100 Base-TX Auto MDI/MDI-X
Connector: RJ-45 with Link and ACT LED
Protocol SAMBA: Max. 60 sessions
FTP: Max. 6 sessions
Security SAMBA: Password protected folder shares
FTP: FTP user login
Firmware Upgrade HTTP and TFTP
LED Power and Access: Solid green and blinking green
Trouble: Red
Power Power Supply:
Universal 100 ~ 240V 0.8A 50/60Hz AC 12V/2.0A DC
Power Consumption:
5 W Max. (without HDD)
DC In:
5.5/2.1 mm DC Jack
General Dimensions: 2.4" x 4.8" x 7.8" (61 x 122 x 198 mm)
Weight: 20 oz/550 g (without HDD)
System Requirements
(when used as a portable HDD) Windows 98SE, ME, 2000, XP
MAC OS X (10.2 or above)

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