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  • Gordy

    I've heard good things about the Iomega StorCenter from a Mac user who knows what he's doing. A quick Google, as ever, throws up mixed reviews though.


    Premier Icon jam bo

    Just bought a netgear readynas duo, dead easy to setup and install. Nice and small, runs quiet too.

    Was £160ish with two 500gb drives (raided)

    Premier Icon nickb

    Nearly bought one of these last week – £139 for a 2TB NAS drive seems good value
    Buffalo Linkstation 2TB at Amazon

    In the end, I decided to try an online option, so trying Jungledisk.com for a while to see if it works.


    Premier Icon fenboy

    could anyone recommend me a cheap, easy to set up, remote hardrive that will plug into my BT homehub and back up my macbook pro and my wifes imac (pre intel G5). doesn't need to work with time machine particularly.

    I have a lacie ethernet mini disk which is a nightmare!

    time capsule? iomega? a different lacie?


    pressed wrong forum button should be in chat


    I have encountered the Buffalo Linkstations and terastations in a few places and they are good.

    Premier Icon fenboy

    thanks for these are there any other options? what are experiences of time capsule??

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