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    Default Netgear ReadyNAS 104 with 2 x 4TB WD Green

    FOR SALE

    Model Description - ReadyNAS 104
    Number of Bays - 4 Bays
    Maximum Capacity - Up to 32TB of storage
    Processor - 1.2GHz dual core Marvell Armada 370 processor
    Memory - 512MB RAM
    Drive Types Supported - SATA/SSD 2.5” or 3.5”
    Key Features:
    Best for personal backup, sharing with friends and remote and local photo upload.
    Enjoy a private home cloud with ReadyCLOUD™ — a free personal cloud alternative to Dropbox or Google Drive.
    Easily stream and share.
    Free mobile app for anywhere cloud access.
    Hot Swappable Drives.
    eSATA Port for Additional Storage - 1 Port
    LAN Ports - 2 Gigabit Ethernet LAN ports
    USB Ports - One (1) USB 2.0, Two (2) USB 3.0
    Dimensions DxWxH (mm) 223 x 134 x 205
    Weight (kg) 4.02

    EXTRA - 2 x 4TB Western Digital Green

    Looking for 200

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    this is a computer thing really although it can be used for music... permissions need to be obtained. will move it to abstract... these are the rules
    Regards,
    Grant ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by struth View Post
    this is a computer thing really although it can be used for music... permissions need to be obtained. will move it to abstract... these are the rules
    Thanks

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