NetGear ReadyNAS Duo (1x 1TB) + Further 1x1TB Free @ DABS
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NetGear ReadyNAS Duo (1x 1TB) + Further 1x1TB Free @ DABS

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Found 19th May 2011
For the free 1TB (ie 2x1TB in box) click the "bundle deals" from the side menu

Showing as 70 due in 1-2 days. I have just had one delivered from Dabs and superb.

3% cashback from TopCashack and probably Quidco too - though Dabs are notorious for not automatically tracking.

Blurb from site......
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The ReadyNAS Duo RND2110 is perfect for homes with more than one computer. Unlike a USB drive, the ReadyNAS connects to the network and is simultaneously accessible via all connected Windows or Macintosh computers.

If there is a broadband Internet connection and a home router, the ReadyNAS can be set up to provide secure access to all the stored files remotely via the Internet.

Features:

Ultra small form factor high performance 2 bay home NAS with Gigabit connectivity
Never lose data due to drive failure by simply adding a second drive.
X-RAID technology - Hot swap drives easily to add capacity when you need it, without any down time.
Dedicated storage processor and hardware RAID for class leading read/write performance.
Full backup capability - Included Shadow for ReadyNAS software allows constant data backup of PC's and Macs.
Full Media server- stream movies, music and photos to any network capable media player including Xbox360, PS3 etc.
Apple iTunes 7 servers - iPods, iPhones, PCs or Macs running the iTunes client can access the shared music library stored on the ReadyNAS Duo.
Share Photos - ReadyNAS Photos allows you to share your pictures with friends and family across the internet to anywhere in the world.
Built-in BitTorrent Client - Download straight into ReadyNAS Duo without a PC being switched on.
Multifunction USB ports - Connect USB drives and share printers through 3 fast USB ports.
Access stored content anywhere via the Internet
Low power consumption - only draws 12w in standby, around one tenth the consumption of an average PC.
Highlights of the NetGear ReadyNAS Duo (1x 1TB) Network Attached Storage (NAS)

Directly streams music, photos and video to existing network media players without a computer
Creates a personal webpage to easily share photos with friends and family
Insert optional "spare" hard drive for automatic file protection and back-up
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10 Comments

The HP one is only 250GB, why should I get that over this?

M0RPH

The HP one is only 250GB, why should I get that over this?



The HP has 4 bays and is apparently much more powerful and configurable; I believe you'll need to add your own software to make it useable.

Here's a link to the HP on ebuyer (link)

It's not really comparable to the ReadyNAS in this deal being suited to people who are prepared to install and configure their own server.

Edited by: "wombat6025" 19th May 2011

Banned

The Dlink DNS320 is a much better deal, you could get that and 2 x 2tb for the same price as this

Banned

I've just ordered the D Link DNS 320 with 2 x Samsung 2TB F4 drives for £174.96 delivered from Amazon

hmmmnice111

I've just ordered the D Link DNS 320 with 2 x Samsung 2TB F4 drives for … I've just ordered the D Link DNS 320 with 2 x Samsung 2TB F4 drives for £174.96 delivered from Amazon


can u link? I cant get for less than £201.27 on amazon with 2x F4's

Original Poster

robj73

can u link? I cant get for less than £201.27 on amazon with 2x F4's



amazon.co.uk/D-L…OXY

I had looked at this prior to getting the ReadyNas and the reviews put me off.
The ReadyNas is quiet, gets numerous firmware upgrades, well established forums and is well constructed.



Edited by: "cloudwarrior" 19th May 2011

fyi the d-link is available for £58 on scan today only...

Combine the d link with the 2 x sammy 2tb f4 drives with free del comes to £164.38
Edited by: "nonumb" 19th May 2011

I cannot find the link for the bundle deal. Has this offer expired?

Original Poster

Tenji

I cannot find the link for the bundle deal. Has this offer expired?



Yes, i think it has gone.
Netgear ran the same deal earlier in the year and I guess Dabs bought up extra stock before the deal expired.
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