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External 250GB NDAS Drive £108.09 Delivered
External 250GB NDAS Drive £108.09 Delivered

External 250GB NDAS Drive £108.09 Delivered

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Item number is 42076371. Put this is the Search box on the front page.

Manufacturers Website:- trekstor.de/en/…t=0

And Specification (.PDF) trekstor-fileserver.de/tre…pdf

This looks to me to be a very good deal? I have never used Stak.com before. Until now that is.

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This is not NAS drive. It is NDAS.

I had horrendous problems with stak when I had a faulty cdrw, in the end I had to threaten trading standards to get a warranty repair :x

This is not a NAS it is NDAS, that means that each and every network client has to have a softeware driver installed before they can access this device. For most people this might not be a problem but for some it will. Having said that if you accept the limitations of having a NDAS rather than a NAS then its not bad value:)

Sorry K for duplicating your post. Serves me right for posting while getting kids ready for school.

PNE

Sorry K for duplicating your post. Serves me right for posting while … Sorry K for duplicating your post. Serves me right for posting while getting kids ready for school.

No worries Your post gives much more information on NAS/NDAS subject than mine

As to the price, it is not great either. One can get Freecom Classic Ethernet drive (also NDAS) 400GB for 129 quid from PCNextDay. Or if you search for 250GB version you'll find that many shops are selling it under 100 quid.

I'll change the NAS in the title to NDAS.

kinell, have you ever bought from this company before?

emmajk42

kinell, have you ever bought from this company before?


See his post... :thumbsup:

Koma Toes

See his post... :thumbsup:



LOL ooops. It's just I;ve never heard of them, and I'd like to hear from some people who have

glint

I had horrendous problems with stak when I had a faulty cdrw, in the end … I had horrendous problems with stak when I had a faulty cdrw, in the end I had to threaten trading standards to get a warranty repair :x



Why threaten Trading Standards - they are there to help?

A friend of mine bought quite a lot of things from Stak, but he didn't use the web ordering - he rather drove there (he lives in Rugby) and bought it from their shop.
So yes, this company is for real
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