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QNAP TS-251B-4G, 2bay, 4GB RAM, Intel Dual-core CPU, PCIe slot x1, NAS £278.51 at Amazon
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Just noticed the price of this when searching for NAS deals. Been on the lookout for months. Great for Plex and has plenty of memory to run Docker containers. Seems better than it… Read more

Any of the enclosures will support SSDs. However you need to be careful when implementing SSDs in them. It may be overkill for what you need, if at the end of the day all you’re doing is keeping two folders in sync you really don’t need the speed of an SSD on the NAS. If you do put SSDs in there just make sure you enable TRIM on the NAS volume otherwise you’ll find the SSD slow down for file writes quite considerably over time.


Also I have been using my SSD drives for at least 5 years now without issue Is it worth buying a newer enclosure that supports SSD or stick with the normal spinning disk type? I have about £400 £500 all in for it and don't mind spending a bit more for something a bit hardware heavy just in case I ever need it. I found the Synology DS718+ But not sure just yet


I really dislike the idea of having a server backup to a third party Just because there are far too many concerns regarding the websites themselves It's not exactly top secret but I prefer to have the data kept and backed up locally But thanks for the input


If it's only 1TB then you could just pick up a Microsoft 365 subscription, approx £50 per year when on sale, which gives you 6x 1TB OneDrive accounts to play with. This could also work in conjunction with a NAS for an extra offsite back up.


Hi and thanks for the extra information Yes I don't want a single drive for the mentioned reasons 2 single 1TB drives will suffice for my needs Thanks for the heads up, I will be comfortable installing, I am a bit of a tinkerer myself and enjoy building things like Tesla Coils in my spare time :D I'll have to use some home plugs to get plugged in though as my workhorse is too far from my router Should be fine The backup situation I just have never had the time to fully research But I will check out your links and thanks again

Synology DiskStation DS1019+ 5 Bay NAS £609.99 Delivered @ Box
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Best current price that I can see for this very capable NAS enclosure from Synology. CPU - Intel Celeron J3455 64-bit Architecture System Memory - 8 GB DDR3L 5 Bay 2x Gigabi… Read more

Is it me or has the price gone up to £627.99? In which case, I'd rather buy from amazon for the guaranteed service!


not really the point - a £600 nas box should at least have the option of 10gbe.


You'll find the Plex Pass will allow you to transcode one 4k movie (at a time) in hardware on this NAS (and your 918+).


Under 40 watts when all bays are occupied and in use, under 15 watts when discs hibernated.


What's the power draw on these? You can get low wattage PSUs you know.

Cloud Storage / NAS My Cloud Home 8Tb £215.99 at Western Digital Shop
Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
My Cloud Home 8tb same price as 6tb Save everything at home. Access it anywhere. My Cloud™ Home is an easy-to-use personal cloud storage device that plugs directly into your Wi-F… Read more
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Don’t know- sorry


Did the refurb come with Red Nas Drive as I am planning to replace the hard drive.


That doesn't really explain the practical differences very well, or at all until you read halfway down and already know a bit about network drives. In short it sounds like the My Cloud Home devices are best avoided. Software is poor, support bad and they don't offer regular SMB access which every computer and lots of media players, tablet/phone apps can connect to. Stick to the regular My Cloud (old or new shape), or get an EX2.


Apologies for daring to ask a question on the internet. Was on my lunch break and only had 30 mins before I had to go back, I figured it would be easier if a kind soul such as yourself would just point me in the right direction. Eternally grateful for your immense effort.


No it’s a mycloud HOME (Single drive version), 2 drive is called mycloud HOME DUO...

RAVPower FileHub - Travel Router / Wireless SD Card Reader / Portable NAS / 6700mAh Battery £32.99 Sold by SVT and Fulfilled By Amazon
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Price decreased from £34.99 to £32.99 on 27/04
Now £32.99 Nice little versatile device here - Use promo on page or apply code Y8AWF3BX during checkout, price will then drop. Free delivery for prime and non prime members. … Read more

What’s the default Wi-Fi password for this I have lost the manual can’t remember it


Is it common for this router to get hot Wells being used


Y8AWF3BX doesn't work?


And the price has gone up


Your deal heading suggests a price of £32.99 including shipping, but on the Amazon link you provide it says "£42.99 & FREE Delivery". So where do I find your £32.99 deal? There's also something strange mentioned by the product: "There is a newer model of this item: RAVPower USB C Wall Charger..." which seems to be little more than a multiple port USB charger and doesn't seem match the functionality of the product in your deal.

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Western Digital Red 4TB 3.5" SATA NAS Hard Drive £84.99 free delivery with Student, Teacher & Seniors discount at Western Digital Store
Posted 29th MarPosted 29th Mar
Western Digital Red 4TB 3.5" SATA NAS Hard Drive £84.99 free delivery with Student, Teacher & Seniors discount at Western Digital Store
£84.99£107.4921% Free P&P FreeWestern Digital Shop Deals
Next best price I could find is £107.49 from See this link for the 15% Student, Teacher & Seniors discount.… Read more

Not 100% sure if its still the same but it use to be as soon as you open the drive your warranty is void meaning no RMA


As far as I am aware WD changed that because everyone was shucking the drives. As far as I am aware External drives now use lower grade HDD's that are not RED's


This article by Synology is helpful, and check the Products Compatibility List YMMV


Yep the EFAX drives are just not cut out for raid, so not sure how WD can describe them as NAS drives. I'm just glad I've got a couple of the old style 4tb reds on the shelf ready for any future failures in my array.


Caveat emptor, SMR. 2TB-6TB WD Red NAS drives using SMR tech

RAVPower FileHub Travel Router AC750 / Wireless SD Card Reader / Portable NAS / 6700mAh Battery £32.99 @ Amazon / Sunvalley-tek
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RAVPower FileHub Travel Router AC750 / Wireless SD Card Reader / Portable NAS / 6700mAh Battery £32.99 @ Amazon / Sunvalley-tek
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Great price again and cheaper than last posting, use code Y8AWF3BX at checkout or select promo on page and then checkout (same outcome / discount) Free delivery for prime and non… Read more

Does anyone know if you can use this to create a shareable printer? Ie to attach a USB printer and make it possible to print via Wi-Fi?


Thanks it's unexpired again. Ordered one.


no its not, don't forget the code.


What are the WiFi speeds like when used as an extender? Any experiences please? I just returned a different branded device as was only getting a few Mbps download speeds compared to my router. Tested while located right next to my router


This is painfully slow for backing up from sd to an external hard drive

RAVPower FileHub - Travel Router / Wireless SD Card Reader / Portable NAS 6700mAh Battery £33.99 Sold by SVT and Fulfilled By Amazon
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RAVPower FileHub - Travel Router / Wireless SD Card Reader / Portable NAS 6700mAh Battery £33.99 Sold by SVT and Fulfilled By Amazon
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Use code : FFRFHBN8 to get it for £33.99!
Back for the same price as in Jan when it went super hot. Please select the voucher to get the £8 off for the final price of £34.99. Voucher is valid until 11:30pm on Mar 15 (numbe… Read more

My thoughts exactly. I did miss something though, it should work if this device is connected a wired connection (*assuming the hotel room has it*) as it'll then behave as a hotspot allowing a wireless connection. You'll just need to connect once with your phone first to pass the welcome/login page. However I believe this device, if its behaves like a phones hotspot, will behave as if it's on a separate network to whatever is connected to it, stopping the ability to pull something from the internet on your phone and cast to the Chromecast.


If you have an Oculus Quest, this little device is very useful and works quite well with the SkyBox media player app.


Can you specify how you manage to bypass things on your Chromecast to allow use in a hotel room? As far as I can remember, the Chromecast doesn't support logging into public networks such as hotels. (confused)


I can't see this working as both the ChromeCast and this device needs to pass the welcome/login page the hotel will present upon connection.


Brill may look into this but then it might be easier just using a firestick and silk browser perhaps

Seagate IronWolf 4TB NAS HDD 3.5" SATA3 5900rpm 64 MB - £87.03 @ Amazon Italy
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Seagate IronWolf 4TB NAS HDD 3.5" SATA3 5900rpm 64 MB - £87.03 @ Amazon Italy
Good price for a 4TB NAS drive. Including delivery. Availability: 11th of March. Features & details Built with Agile Array firmware for RAID optimisation and 24x7 use… Read more

Gone as it was sold directly by Amazon


Which buyer? Or is it gone?


Of course.


Could I use in pc?

Synology DS1019+ 5 Bay Desktop NAS Enclosure 8GB £399.99 @ Amazon
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Synology DS1019+ 5 Bay Desktop NAS Enclosure 8GB £399.99 @ Amazon
£399.99£665.4840%Amazon Deals
Click on other items, fulfilment is 1-2 months but awesome price if it pays off CPU Quad-core 1.5GHz, burst up to 2.3GHz Memory 2 x 4GB DDR3L memory module pre-installed Scalabi… Read more

Refused for me also. Not even a gift voucher


I've just been on the phone for an hour with them. They really don't care. Save yourself the hassle. They truly are See You Next Tuesdays.


For those that got messages from Amazon cancelling saying the supplier would no longer be able to source this due to it being discontinued, it's now in stock dispatched and sold by Amazon: £645 though :/ Might be worth you getting your complaints in as they said in the emails the item was discontinued and it clearly isn't.


mine got cancelled too just now :(


I debated the exact same thing before posting keep it a secret or not... would have been posted by someone. Wouldn’t it have been awesome if everyone got it though! Who knows how I will play it next time (lol)

20TB My Cloud Expert Series EX42 (Recertified) NAS £261 @ Western digital
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20TB My Cloud Expert Series EX42 (Recertified) NAS £261 @ Western digital
289.99 and you can get 10% discount if you go to explore and sign up for the newsletter. Seems like a steal for the 4 drives alone High-performance NAS. Ultimate reliability. Bui… Read more

Thanks for letting me know.


All the SMART data etc was reset so they appear to be brand new drives, although I doubt they are. One thing I have noticed is that they are noisier than my 3TB. I can't here the heads seeking on the 3TB drives but definitely can on this. That's quite disappointing to be honest.


Did you try to see how many on time hours they have? also any warranty on these?


I always miss out on the awesome recertified deals, been watching this for days now for one to come back in stock


Mine just arrived. The drives are WD50EFRX-68MYNM1 which appear to be WD Red.

Synology DS218J 8 TB 2 Bay NAS Solution | Installed with 2 x 4 TB Western Digital Red Drives £350.97 at
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Synology DS218J 8 TB 2 Bay NAS Solution | Installed with 2 x 4 TB Western Digital Red Drives £350.97 at
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Little save! A versatile 2-bay NAS for home and personal cloud storage Over 113 MB/s reading, 112 MB/s writing Dual-core CPU with hardware encryption engine Synology DS21… Read more

The NAS is running Media Server (Synology's app) and the TV (2016 LG Oled) has a native App called Photo and Video which is DNLA compatible. You then just turn on the indexing service in the NAS App and set it pointing to your folders with media in. It's basic but it's all I need.


Yeah there's a risk. However, all my important stuff on the PCs in my house are backed up to the synology. So there's a 1:1 copy (think Dropbox sync) so if that single drive in the synology fails then you still have the copy on the PC. You can also backup to the external USB. Just be aware that the external USB drives won't be NAS HDDs so you shouldn't keep them running all the time.


What app do you use on your tv? Plex or video station?


Each to their own. I just select 'Personal cloud' from the TV inputs and all my folders and content are right there. Didn't need an app or to set anything up. No need for extra devices or remotes. Can cast from the Seagate app tho but tend to find navigating on the TV is just as fast.


I have one of these and 'shucked' 2 x 14TB WD drives into it, setup as Raid 1. Worked fine, even comes with a small adaptor for differing screw hole positions on 'shucked' drives. No issue with 3v pin either. Sucks up files at Gigabit speed which is fine for me and serves files to my TV with no issues (note I dont need to transcode as I have a 4k tv which plays most things and I don't watch on mobile devices).

WD 2TB NAS Hard Drive @ Amazon for £59.99
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WD 2TB NAS Hard Drive @ Amazon for £59.99
£59.99£71.9917%Amazon Deals
Retail boxed kit. Target audience: Prosumer, SOHO and Workgroups or users who want to enjoy streaming media, backing up PCs, file sharing and managing digital content quickly an… Read more

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WD 6 TB NAS Hard Drive £159.99 @ Amazon
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WD 6 TB NAS Hard Drive £159.99 @ Amazon
£159.99£164.163%Amazon Deals
6TB WDRed HDD for NAS. Good price if you need one. Looks like limited time offer.

Just use snapraid. Nas issues are non existant


They are, if you Google it there's the exact FCC ID on them. For some reason they modded the firmware to spin these at 5400, possibly they were B grade or something but all 5 of mine seem happy. (y)


Blues only go up to 6TB at the moment.


I've had two 12tb drives in quick succession ... both Elements ... one was 5900rpm (possibly RED) the next was 5400RPM (possibly blue) ...make of that what you will (confused) With these (6tb NAS) drives you may not get thje three year warranty offered by WD *going by the amz replys


I was surprised it took you that long, you're slipping. Oh and:

WD My Cloud EX2 Ultra NAS £94.49 with code at Western Digital (Recertified)
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WD My Cloud EX2 Ultra NAS £94.49 with code at Western Digital (Recertified)
£94.49£138.9732%Western Digital Shop Deals
Seen a few offers going for NAS drives and thought I'd link this. Despite being on the market for a few years now it's still very capable and is a steal at this price, I know becau… Read more
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This NAS works with all WD drives. They recommend WD Red, which makes sense as that is their own NAS specific drive.


Correction, looks like most NAS units will try and format the drives before you can use them. From what I can tell you'd do best taking the drive out, backing it up to another disk and then plugging it in. Well, assuming you want the information off of it of course.


I have to add that although my WD MyBook Duo isn't a NAS I know it custom formats the drives (even if they aren't in a RAID) meaning even if I remove the drive from it in the event of a failure I can't access the drive in a PC or other enclosure. I suspect this could be the same so might be worth checking that before commiting to storing large amounts of data on it.


You should be able to do that, yes.


I have a 10 year old MyCloud that is not viewable outside of home network. It has two 1tb drives that work as mirrored array. Can I take them out and simply put them in here to cloud up my storage?

Synology DS218+ 2-Bay Desktop NAS Enclosure £271.85 with code @ eBay / CCLComputers
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Synology DS218+ 2-Bay Desktop NAS Enclosure £271.85 with code @ eBay / CCLComputers
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Not bad, cheapest I can find currently. If you add 2 x WD RED 4TB drives it maxes out the discount perfectly to £74.99 (£75 is max) meaning you get the box and two drives for £460.… Read more

Love it when people are concerned about RAID1 but are not worried about UPS :). Sadly if power goes down and your NAS is saving something to RAID1 it can get corrupted. So I'd rather not to use RAID, but use one HDD to make copy of the other one, every hour or so. But this is only my opinion.


Cold, better of with this one:


The spec on says limited to 6Gb?


I you like low power and more bays the new DiskStation DS420j 4 bay ARM 64 bit quad core should be around this price.


Great NAS, great software. Heat. For a few quid more (30) The new Asustor 5202T is very good. Newer, faster CPU, DDR4, 2 x 2.5GBe ports, 4 camera license and VM support. If you're in the market at this price point, it's definitely worth your consideration.

Synology DS218play 2 Bay Desktop NAS Enclosure £183.99 @ Amazon
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Synology DS218play 2 Bay Desktop NAS Enclosure £183.99 @ Amazon
£183.99£194.996%Amazon Deals
Also same price at Ebuyer. Lowest ever price according to 3xcamel. Edit: Amazon appears to have sold out, Ebuyer link here:… Read more

i don't think a 2 bay NAS is worth anything


Newbie here. Can I transfer files from my phone to this? And can I stream movies from the nas directly onto a tablet?


Go for 4 bays , Intel /x86 CPU, will run more software, more apps and you could run Raid5 , But syno do charge a LOT for smal upgrades in ram/cpu/bays. Good software tho.


go for the DS218+ model


I originally had the 218 Play and swapped it for the Plus some months ago. Also added 4gb of additional Crucial ram for £28. Been extremely pleased with it. Will watch with interest when the new model is launched but I can't imagine it will be enough to prompt me to upgrade just yet.

Seagate 2 TB IronWolf NAS Hard Disk Drive 2TB £54.30 @ Amazon
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Seagate 2 TB IronWolf NAS Hard Disk Drive 2TB £54.30 @ Amazon
£54.30£65.7817%Amazon Deals
Really good price for these drives, specially designed to run 24/7 within NAS Drives. Usually found around the £65 mark, not sure if this is a misprice or not, either way doesn't … Read more
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Looks like the seller has noticed and corrected their mistake, price increased to normal levels now.


Same here, the home videos are big files. I like to keep the raw data too. I’ve got 7 years of kids home videos and photos so it’s building rapidly. I will have a raid 1 set up so it’s mirrored so if one fails the data is still there. I also have a 5TB potable with all important stuff and burn all the videos to Blu-ray Discs so hopefully I have it backed up enough to never feel the wrath of the mrs :) Crazy how were so paranoid about data loss now, my old man used to put one copy on a vhs/Betamax tape and that would be it.. it lasted though that’s the difference :)


I used to need a lot more, but now that I stream all my music and films I just need the drives for backup, mostly pictures and home movies of the kids. I’ve just changed my NAS as I want to use a Raid system that lets me have a backup of the backup. Wife would never forgive me if anything happened we to her photos of the kids and family.


Mine too, based on seller location it’s probably coming from Madrid or something


Mine got despatched late last night, good spot OP :)

Western Digital Red 2TB NAS Hard Drive £59.99 @ Amazon
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Western Digital Red 2TB NAS Hard Drive £59.99 @ Amazon
£59.99£61.993%Amazon Deals
Was looking for a WD RED 2TB drive to put in my (secondary) 1 bay Synology NAS and was originally looking at ebay for for a re-certified/secondhand drive, but at £59.99 (which is a… Read more
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WD Red's TLER feature is for use in hardware RAID




How so?


Anyone else think after all this time £60 for 2TB, even if it's a Red drive, is too much?

WD Red 4TB 3.5" SATA NAS Hard Drive - £94.98 (£3.49 P&P) @ Ebuyer
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WD Red 4TB 3.5" SATA NAS Hard Drive - £94.98 (£3.49 P&P) @ Ebuyer
Trying to find a couple of these, cheapest i can find currently

They gave me an £11 gift card. No problems with the drive at all, it’s super quick and virtually silent.


How did you trigger the partial refund? Also, it's a surveillance hard drive, isn't that a bit pants?


I gave it a go but checked to confirm with them first. The person I spoke to said it should be 4TB as that's what it says in the description but if it's any different to give them a call. Anyway, a 2TB has arrived and they said I can either return it for a refund or keep it and only pay £46. I've decided to do the latter. Can't fault Amazon customer service :)


Must be a mistype, the 4TB has the title for the 2TB Did anyone chance it?


Reds are pretty much just for storage. In a desktop I'd personally recommend a WD Black drive. They are much faster than Reds so good for installing as well as storage

RAVPower FileHub Travel Router AC750 / Wireless SD Card Reader / Portable NAS / 6700mAh Battery - £31.29 @ Sunvalleytek/Amazon
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RAVPower FileHub Travel Router AC750 / Wireless SD Card Reader / Portable NAS / 6700mAh Battery - £31.29 @ Sunvalleytek/Amazon
Think it's the lowest price. £5 voucher needs to be applied. Features & details [Wireless Data Transfer and Backup Anywhere] Connect SD cards, portable hard drive, … Read more

My HDD is a WD my passport ultra so does need power. Do you think it’d work with the gl.inet? Safer with the ravpower?


The GLINET runs very lean (typically 0.2A) so pretty much any power source will do it including a power bank. A micro USB splitter on your portable HDD would likely work too. The MT300N has a built in samba client so can dish out media from it's USB port to whatever is connected to it no problem. I typically carry plug a128gb USB stick into it when travelling and watch downloaded films etc from a firestick connected to the Gl.iNet. Handy if there's poor Internet and you can't rely on streaming.


Yes, and yes again. Both the OP's RAVPower FileHub + the Gl.iNet, create their own little wi-fi hotspots of themselves, etc, so in theory, you can. Though you'd need to connect a decent enough power bank, and/or power supply combination to BOTH the Gl.iNet and portable HDD, as neither of them have internal power capabilities of their own, or whatever?. Whereas the RAVPower FikeHub has a built-in internal power source, so can technically power both itself + power the portable HDD at same time, etc etc etc ...


Thanks for the rec - would I be able to use this to make my portable WD drive into a NAS, and keep my virgin router and tenda mesh for normal internet?


Spot on. I am a huge fan of Gl.iNet and have one in my pocket wherever I travel. Recent added benefits are support for Wiregurad and the fantastically easy implementation of Site2site access rendering my £150 AmpliFi teleport completely useless.

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