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Synology DS218Play 2 Bay 1GB Diskless Desktop NAS £180.96 delivered @ Servers Direct
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Posted 9th MayPosted 9th May
Key Features 2-bay NAS with optimal multimedia solution for home users 4K video transcoding on the fly with 10 bit H.265 codec support Up to 112 MB/s and 112 MB/s sequential reading and…
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I tried QNAP, WD and Buffalo but Synology is still the best in my opinion. When buying, get the one with more bays than you need as you’ll probably find yourself needing an upgrade sooner than you think. If your budget allows, get a + model, they are worth the extra and you can up the RAM.


220+ is really good but find it noisy compared to my other Synology. I added another 8 GB of Ram to mine.


The 30GB+ (Regularly) is 1080p. For 4K we’re looking at 80GB+ depending on how I rip them and whether I use Handbrake to adjust the size There’s no transcoding with Infuse. This is far better then Plex. So, I’d highly recommend trying it. 🤙🏻


A total file size is really not a helpful unit of measure. A 30GB for a 4k movie is quite small. My Dunkirk 4k rip (under 2 hour film, bitrate 58219 kbps is 45gb. The Matrix 4k (2hr 15min) bitrate 48842kbps is over 50gb. Streaming from your NAS via plex will mostly rely on whether Plex has to do an on-the-fly transcode to play it on your device, or not. That is really what matters.


This unit can stream a 4K file easily over your network. I regularly stream 30GB+ files (Ethernet) to my iPhone, iPad, Apple TV.If anyone has a big library, or big files. I'd highly recommend Infuse by Firecore to stream if you're on iOS devices. A much better experience than PLEX in my eyes.

Seagate IronWolf Pro 4TB Internal Hard Drive, NAS, 3.5 Inch, SATA - £104.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 20th AprPosted 20th Apr
Decent price for the Pro version.
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Let's not bicker and argue about who killed who. This is supposed to be a happy occasion.


Can't win against a keyboard warrior Karen so it's pointless engaging with them. Let them shout into the void whilst we get on with our lives. They are sad characters who should be pitied really.


perhaps you should do some navel gazing on how you phrase your replies your statement on its own is largely valid, other than most people won't be using cloud storage as backup, instead will be using external USB drives for backup by choosing to reply to my comment, it is easily construed as an attempt at pointing out a failure in my data governance rather than guidance to others on the use of backups only if you are a millennial that is more used to shorthand rather than comprehensive unambiguous sentences


You can't do right for doing wrong


Yes, I read your comments. And my comment still stands. I wasn't belittling your opinion, simply stating that these days retail consumers should operate redundant arrays if storing critical data at home, or (far easier for non-technical consumers) simply use cloud storage. Why does every interaction on this site turn into a confrontation. So many people with a chip on their shoulder. Anyway, the deal has expired now. It represented a decent price of £5.25 per TB per warranty year.

8tb My Cloud Home (Recertified) Cloud Storage / NAS - £139.99 @ Western Digital Shop
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Posted 3rd AprPosted 3rd Apr
8tb My Cloud Home (Recertified) £139.99. Not bad for 8tb NAS Info added by @Sashecuador Introducing A New Cloud That Plays By Your Rules The all-new My Cloud Home storage device plugs…
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ordered one on 6th April still haven't had delivery yet as showing preparing to ship on order status


My Cloud Home Duo - Everything Saved Twice My Cloud Home Duo comes equipped with two hard drives and is set to Mirror Mode (RAID 1), so all your photos, videos, and files are stored on one drive and automatically duplicated onto the second drive for extra peace of mind. Be aware that the deal this link takes you to is for a single drive version


1st rule of data storage. More than one copy of important documents.


any abandon codes?


Omg, that's so sad! I would rather stay low tech, and keep things in local hard disk and a backup in usb pen drive, which is not connected to internet where all hacks happen!

Toshiba 8TB N300 NAS 3.5 Inch SATA Internal Hard Drive. Used-Very Good. £101.26 @ Amazon warehouse
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Posted 1st AprPosted 1st Apr
£126.57 list price, but 20% off at amazon warehouse at the moment, bringing this to £101.26, or £12.66/tb. Offer applied at checkout. From the manufacturer . . Toshiba N300 NAS Hard Driv…
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Finally managed to find time to play around and put them in my system. Same as everyone, brand new.. Great deal!


My "Used - Like New" also came sealed like the above. (y) SMART Spin/Stop Count = 1 - I assume the time I just turned it on.


Yea, I've been needing to up the storage in my server for a while & 8tb seemed to be the sweet spot for me at the moment. I've been tempted by some of the 16tb deals, but I didn't really want to drop £1k on new HDDs (lol) I thought this would have got hitter tbh, but maybe most who are after storage wants 14tb+ drives, so this is stuck in a bit of a hole


I was quite shocked at the prices of HDDs. Haven’t bought one since a 3TB WD red for £90 in 2014. Same model number drive now costing about £150 new. Wtf. This deal has the perfect timing for me. And very happy to get them for ~£100 less than the new price considering they seem to have not even been opened. Cheers for sharing Now to convince myself to dash out a good chunk of cash for a NAS so i can stop running my desktop 24/7 just for plex streaming (embarrassed) (embarrassed)


Awesome. Why this deal isn't scorching is beyond me. Been following hard drives for a while but it was either massive drives 14-16TB or low 2-4 TB that were appearing. These 8TB are the sweet spot for me and for £13 a TB... Fantastic

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16TB - Western Digital Red Pro SATA III 3.5" NAS HDD - 512MB Cache -7200RPM - (5-year Warranty) £239.98 delivered Using Code @ CCL Computer
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Posted 22nd MarPosted 22nd Mar
16TB - Western Digital Red Pro SATA III 3.5" NAS HDD - 512MB Cache -7200RPM - (5-year Warranty) £239.98 delivered Using Code @ CCL Computer£239.98£274.9913% off Free P&P FreeCCL Computers Deals
Live again with a price drop. For the Demands of Big Business Key Features: 16TB Capacity 7200RPM Spin Speed SATA III Interface 512MB Cache 3.5" Form Factor 5 Year Warranty Desi…
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This or the Red Pro though?


It's back. Live again New link


I work in tax and can confirm what you've said makes absolutely no sense. Also see the follow up response from PenguinsForAll.


My business income is not within the scope of UK VAT so regardless of what I earn, i'll never be UK VAT registered. My purchases were 100% business use but i'm not gonna make up a VAT number and have it potentially bite me in the ass years later for VAT fraud cos some business has some stoopid requirements. It makes no sense to require a VAT number for business customers, I wonder if they even know what they're doing. (confused)


I ordered one but unsure about the warranty since CCL are not on the WD authorised dealer list.

16TB - Western Digital Red Pro SATA III 3.5" NAS HDD - 512MB Cache -7200RPM - (5-year Warranty) £249.99 delivered Using Code @ CCL Computer
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Posted 21st MarPosted 21st Mar
16TB - Western Digital Red Pro SATA III 3.5" NAS HDD - 512MB Cache -7200RPM - (5-year Warranty) £249.99 delivered Using Code @ CCL Computer£249.99£274.999% off Free P&P FreeCCL Computers Deals
For the Demands of Big Business Key Features: 16TB Capacity 7200RPM Spin Speed SATA III Interface 512MB Cache 3.5" Form Factor 5 Year Warranty Designed specifically with medium o…
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much louder! I keep the nas under the stairs so not a problem for me but if you keep it in your room you will notice it.


@sliyk Do you guys know how much louder the golds are compared to the reds, by any chance? Thanks


yup went for the stonker (y)


The 16tb golds are coming up at 268 which is a stonker


Don't think this deal is correct