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QNAP TS-251+ 2-bay Diskless NAS $275@Frys (starts 6/19 w/emailed code) TS-451+ $395 now $270/$390@Newegg

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Last Edited by sr71 June 20, 2016 at 01:35 PM
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TS 451+ $394.95 [frys.com]

update 451+ now $389.99 [newegg.com] @Newegg 251+ $269.99 [newegg.com]

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those picking up may want to order online now, you can bring the code in tomorrow to adjust

not to be confused with the TS-451 which is $349 [newegg.com] everywhere

$394.95 out the door with promotion code at Fountain Valley Fry's. Good luck

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Thanks!

Of course everyone jacks the price up before the sale. Regular price on the 451+ has been $429 recently on Amazon.
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Amazon $429 + tax = $459 in my case... A $64 savings could be put towards the drives Smilie
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Nice one. Thanks OP!!
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This NAS doesn't cost more than $360. And Fry's have tax so its not really a deal. Newegg promo 2mo ago was better.
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Love QNAP. I have two (different models) and you can't go wrong with it. Their OS is called QTS and it is very robust and user friendly.
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I'll take this opportunity to remind new people to build a sff pc. More hdd bays, better cooling, a cpu that's not worse than the slowest pc celeron, ssd drive, all this for cheaper.
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I'll take this opportunity to remind new people to build a sff pc. More hdd bays, better cooling, a cpu that's not worse than the slowest pc celeron, ssd drive, all this for cheaper.
Each has its pro's and con's.
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Quote from Kalata View Post :
This NAS doesn't cost more than $360. And Fry's have tax so its not really a deal. Newegg promo 2mo ago was better.
check again that was a 451 NOT the Plus wave
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Amazon $429 + tax = $459 in my case... A $64 savings could be put towards the drives Smilie
It wasn't just Amazon. NewEgg and others had the same price.

My point was the retailers had this at 429 and right before this sale everyone jumped to 459.
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This guy provides a nice review on it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEV-XT248eM
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Each has its pro's and con's.
true but that's the equivalent of saying there are pros and cons to buying an i3/i5 that's cheaper than a pentium 3. if there are cons, i ain't seein them.
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true but that's the equivalent of saying there are pros and cons to buying an i3/i5 that's cheaper than a pentium 3. if there are cons, i ain't seein them.
Let me rephrase. There are pros and cons depending on your needs, time, and money. For each person those factors will be different. Some will then choose a NAS device like this or build their own.
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love qnap too. the best NAS ever. private cloud plus a Kodi home theater.
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