4TB Netgear ReadyNAS Ultra 2 - £332.20 @ iBood
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4TB Netgear ReadyNAS Ultra 2 - £332.20 @ iBood

£332.20
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Found 29th Mar 2011
Next best from what I can see is £495.86 @ Kikatek
~ £13 Cashback via TCB
Ends around midnight tonight unfortunately.


Brand: Netgear
Type: ReadyNAS Ultra 2
Network Attached Storage Device
Processor: 1.8 GHz Intel® Atom™ single-core
2 Serial ATA II channels
Total storage capacity: 4 TB
Compatible with SATA and SATA II HDD
Hot swappable and lockable trays
2 fast 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports
2 USB 2.0 ports
1 USB 3.0 port
1 GB DDR2 SODIMM
Embedded 128 MB flash memory for OS
Supported Operating Systems: Microsoft Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP Home or Pro (SP1 or SP2), Windows 2000 (SP4), Macintosh OS X, Linux, UNIX, Solaris
Supported browsers: Microsoft Internet Explorer 7.0 +, Netscape Navigator 7.0 +, Safari 2.0 +, Mozilla Firefox 2.0 +, Opera 9.5 +
Setup wizard and easy browser-based interface
DHCP server and print server
NETGEAR Auto-Expandable X-RAID2
Flex-RAID mode for RAID levels 0, 1 and 5
Hot-swap support, Hot spare support, iSCSI LUN support
Network File Services: CIFS / SMB for Windows, AFP 3.2 for Macintosh OS 9 and OS X NFS v2/v3 for Linux and UNIX, HTTP and HTTPS, FTP, FTPS, RSYNC
Media streaming: DLNA Certified ™ and can stream to media players (see dlna.org for latest): NETGEAR ® Digital Entertainer, Network DVD / Blu-ray players, game consoles, including Sony ® PlayStation ® 3, Nintendo Wii ® and Microsoft ® Xbox ®, Xbox 360 ®, TiVo ® DVR Skifta ™ clients, Orb mobile transcoding, Apple ® iTunes ® server, Logitech Squeezebox, Sonos Digital Music Center, Windows MCE compatible
Network Security: User Authentication, Windows ACL Encrypted network logins, Secure Socket Layer (SSL)
Network Options: DHCP or static IP WINS, NTP
E-mail alerts and event logs
Optional SSH shell access
Add-on expandability
Integrated Backup Manager
Programmable backup button
Backup to / from CIFS / NFS / FTP / HTTP / rsync
Backup to / from USB disks
ReadyNAS Backup: Memeo Premium backup software (CDP and Versioning support)
Supported USB devices: USB HDD and flash drives Printers UPS monitoring and auto shutdown
Energy-saving options: Disk spin down, Power-on schedule Wake-On-LAN (WOL)
Languages: File Name: Unicode
Management UI: English, Chinese, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian, Spanish, Swedish
Software controlled 80 mm chassis cooling fan
60W External AC power supply
Input: 100-240V AC 60Hz ~ 50-5A (Max)
Consumption of 2 x 2 TB drives: 34 W
2 X Hitachi 5K3000 award winning 2TB hard drives:
cool spider ™ technology, up to 29% energy saving, quiet acoustics
Delivery: 10-12 working days
Dimensions (H x W x D): 101 x 142 x 220 mm (3.98 x 5.59 x 8.66 in)
Weight: 2.07 kg (4.56 lb) without drives
Warranty: 3 years

10 Comments

Having just spent around £90 on a 1TB single NAS drive I can see the benefits of spending the extra for 4TB and Raid. Sadly its too late and a bit rich (specs and price) for my humble home network.

I would get one one of these store.cbccomputers.com/pro…421
I got one last week and it really is fantastic. Loads of posts on a previous thread on here about them.
hotukdeals.com/dea…083
I went with CBC as I could pick it us since living in Sheffield so saved postage costs and time.

Good price. I want one but I can't afford one!

iBood.

Nightmare company.

Took 6 months to get a refund for an order that never got delivered.
Edited by: "withabix" 29th Mar 2011

withabix

iBood. Nightmare company.Took 6 months to get a refund for an order that … iBood. Nightmare company.Took 6 months to get a refund for an order that never got delivered.




I've just been looking for reviews about this company. Looks like you're not alone, quite a few bad reviews. Pity though, their prices are good.

mamboboy

I have had no problem with iBood. Although admittedly are slow on … I have had no problem with iBood. Although admittedly are slow on delivery. Also one order had a euro plug... but as soon as they realised, they sent out a euro-uk adapter free of charge...

I don't think it's a case of not realising, but rather the default is to just ship the Euro stock and mollify anyone who actually bothers to complain with an adapter.

Ok cool. Seems a bit expensive compared to the Proliant deal though.

TheBiker

Having just spent around £90 on a 1TB single NAS drive I can see the … Having just spent around £90 on a 1TB single NAS drive I can see the benefits of spending the extra for 4TB and Raid. Sadly its too late and a bit rich (specs and price) for my humble home network.




i spent £160ish on a NAS and 4tb of drives (2x2tb)....its not as high spec as the one in this thread but still good (dlink323)
Edited by: "royals" 30th Mar 2011

Duo model

Duo model is £229 with 4TB here
Edited by: "annodomini2" 30th Mar 2011

royals

i spent £160ish on a NAS and 4tb of drives (2x2tb)....its not as high … i spent £160ish on a NAS and 4tb of drives (2x2tb)....its not as high spec as the one in this thread but still good (dlink323)

You must have got a real bargain there. 2x2TB drives alone are £114 on a good day.
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