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Promoted 04-18-2016 by brisar at 01:49 PM View Original Post
NeweggFlash has QNAP TS-451+ 4-Bay Personal Cloud NAS for $459.99 - $50.99 w/ promo code NEFPRGB51 = $409. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71

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This price beats the price of our recent Front Page Deal for it by $10. - brisar

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Edited April 18, 2016 at 12:58 PM by annie930ny
http://flash.newegg.com/Product/N82E16822107251?

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QNAP TS-451+-2G-US 4-Bay Personal Cloud NAS with HDMI output, DLNA, AirPlay and PLEX Support Black Case, Remote Control Included
Use Promo Code NEFPRGB51 for $50.99 off
4-Bay
Intel Celeron Quad Core 2.0 GHz
Diskless System
Usage Backup & stream media through personal cloud
2 x 10/100/1000M
2 x USB 3.0 + 2 x USB 2.0

http://flash.newegg.com/Product/2...22-107-251
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Last edited by Overlord001 April 18, 2016 at 10:09 AM.
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Great price for an awesome unit. Thanks for posting.
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Damn why are NAS so expensive? Costs more than a decent computer
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Damn why are NAS so expensive? Costs more than a decent computer
Wondering the same thing but then I just tell myself it's not for me. bought a WD My Book Duo a while back for 100$ came with 2x2TB WD Drives. Been using it solely to upload photos with their app from my phone and my wife's phone. Also store all the baby pictures on there. It mirrors the drive so I don't have to worry about disk failure. This was bought 3 years ago... would love to build a NAS myself but every time I see the price, I convince myself I don't need anything fancy.
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Damn why are NAS so expensive? Costs more than a decent computer
Even worse, it's not WiFi. That's a deal-breaker for me. Someday maybe
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Damn why are NAS so expensive? Costs more than a decent computer
it is more than a NAS. its like a media PC with RAID.
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Even worse, it's not WiFi. That's a deal-breaker for me. Someday maybe
It does have an HDMI port tho laugh out loud
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Damn why are NAS so expensive? Costs more than a decent computer
you pay for the convenience factor , the small form factor, and for low power consumption. A DYI will always be cheaper and more "future proof" because its upgradeable. It gets even harder when you need a NAS device as well as a plex / media server as these are typically not powerful enough to replace an htpc. That was my case though and I ended up building one myself and although i miss the small form factor of a NAS (settled for a mini itx setup), its much more powerful and it does everything i need for much less.
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it is more than a NAS. its like a media PC with RAID.
This one is probably different, but many nas's in the 300 range are not enough to run as a decent media server, whereas a PC build could be for a similar price. But a nas provides a more complete and often easier to use system
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is this 2gb or 8 gb version
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Damn I JUST bought the TS-251+ for $339 on Amazon. Are the extra 2bays worth $70? I believe the CPUs are the same in both units...

On a related note, the TS-251+ (and thus this 451+) is capable of transcoding 1080P video on the fly. I tested this by streaming three movies in .mkv format simultaneously to my iPhone 6, Amzn Firestick (1st gen), and iPad3 and the QNAP was able to stream it all flawlessly using Plex. The CPU would swing btwn 50-100% usage throughout the entire movie, didn't look like it was stressed in the least. I also tried streaming an .mkv movie to my PS3 and that played perfectly as well.
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Even worse, it's not WiFi. That's a deal-breaker for me. Someday maybe
you can add a usb wifi adapter. qnap has a compatibility check on their website.
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Wondering the same thing but then I just tell myself it's not for me. bought a WD My Book Duo a while back for 100$ came with 2x2TB WD Drives. Been using it solely to upload photos with their app from my phone and my wife's phone. Also store all the baby pictures on there. It mirrors the drive so I don't have to worry about disk failure. This was bought 3 years ago... would love to build a NAS myself but every time I see the price, I convince myself I don't need anything fancy.
I wouldn't rely on mirroring alone. Power surge and poof! both drives gone. Happened to me!
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