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NAS Enclosure a.k.a. the ATMT HD363N External Network 3.5" IDE Hard Drive Enclosure. - £19.99 @ SVP
NAS Enclosure a.k.a. the ATMT HD363N External Network 3.5" IDE Hard Drive Enclosure. - £19.99 @ SVP

NAS Enclosure a.k.a. the ATMT HD363N External Network 3.5" IDE Hard Drive Enclosure. - £19.99 @ SVP

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This comes to 25.71 with cheapest delivery. Fit a IDE hard drive and away. A couple of honest reviews on the site and from what I have read all this units at this price always have teething problems.

Apparently this is on the 'wild wednesdays' offer but the usual price is 25.71 which is the same price including delivery.

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OLD....Worth paying the extra for a SATA enclosure.....

I've got this one (bought from ebay) and it's great

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In all fairness Zootaga i understand your point, but for somebody with an IDE drive knocking about ( I have a 350GB one in my draw ) this is a good way to get some use out of it.

Yes SATA is newer and quicker but you must account for people wanting an IDE enclosure.

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In all fairness Zootaga i understand your point, but for somebody with an … In all fairness Zootaga i understand your point, but for somebody with an IDE drive knocking about ( I have a 350GB one in my draw ) this is a good way to get some use out of it.Yes SATA is newer and quicker but you must account for people wanting an IDE enclosure.



Yeah Fair point...:thumbsup:

Don't think it'll make much difference if it's PATA or SATA if connected over a network (especially a wireless network). Good price for those with a spare IDE drive

Folks :-
In general, the performance with these things stinks both in terms of transfer speed over the network and their ability at handling large number of files. (From what I've read the processors these things have built in are underpowered.) I suppose for £20 you can't argue, but don't expect miracles!
Regards
Kevin

These work fine as network drives with no problems, just don't expect more than a few meg/sec speeds over your network.
Fine for most uses of a NAS.

Guys, check this, because I think this can only manage disks up to 160GB... and only supports FAT32...
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