Buffalo 2-Port NAS with 6TB (2 x 3TB) - Amazon Prime - £215.46 (under other buying choices R/H Side)
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Buffalo 2-Port NAS with 6TB (2 x 3TB) - Amazon Prime - £215.46 (under other buying choices R/H Side)

£215.46Amazon Deals
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Found 29th Sep 2017



  • Two bay NAS for performance, reliability, and large capacity



  • High-performance Dual Core CPU and 256 MB of DDR3 RAM



  • Read and write speeds up to 110 MB/s."CPU Speed 1.0GHz Performance 110+MB/s"



  • TimeMachine compatible and ready for multi-client Mac backups



  • 2 year warranty

Supposedly down from £409.99 - but that RRP is slightly on the high-side!
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What hard drives are inside please?
myintranet3 m ago

What hard drives are inside please?



Had a look at the product page and still can't tell..

Also appears to run at SATA II speeds.
That's why I'm asking - otherwise I'd have known
Doubtful if it's proper NAS drives or simple desktop drives which will fail much quicker
Yes 6TB for that price looks suspect, doubt they're gonna be WD Reds
At £214.35 on here
neural11 m ago

Yes 6TB for that price looks suspect, doubt they're gonna be WD Reds

At least Toshiba N300 maybe?
Ram is very low also, realistically need 1GB min these days
myintranet6 m ago

That's why I'm asking - otherwise I'd have known


" WD Blue 5400rpm" according to "verified purchaser" in July.
The earlier 'better' price doesn't include £4.99 standard delivery - this deal includes delivery.
I recently bought one and it has two x Toshiba DT01ACA3 I would buy some other model in future as i have a few issues with this one. I was happy with it for a couple of weeks, but now it's not working as it should.
Are there any good NAS deals out there? And any ideas where is best to look? I've been looking for a while now with little joy in getting a really good deal...
im in the market for a good nas was looking at a qnap either 253a or the 453a. if anything the prices on them seem to be going up.........
Voted hot as it's the cheapest available price for this.....but I had a Buffalo NAS in the past and would never buy one again. Firmware and hardware both very poor leading to lost of frustration! Had an order with Amazon a few months backfor a QNAP that they cancelled due to misprice and have been searching for a decent NAS since.
Same here Mission...
With NAS you really need to stick to Synology or QNAP. Other brands are worth avoiding.
Qnap 453a down to £399.99 on Amazon now. Wish I could afford it.
myintranet29th Sep

That's why I'm asking - otherwise I'd have known


Cool guy
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