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    Qnap TS-453Bmini

    Space-saving vertical NAS now available with an Intel Celeron J3455 processor.
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    Re: Qnap TS-453Bmini

    ..the TS-231P is able to offer a rich and versatile feature set that covers many of the NAS essentials.
    Cut and paste from previous review!?

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    Re: Qnap TS-453Bmini

    NAS's are way overpriced for anyone technicaly minded, you can get a 4 bay microserver for less than a third of the money. You'll have to set it up it yourself but it's way more versatile and expandable

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    Re: Qnap TS-453Bmini

    Quote Originally Posted by tumbledragon View Post
    NAS's are way overpriced for anyone technicaly minded, you can get a 4 bay microserver for less than a third of the money. You'll have to set it up it yourself but it's way more versatile and expandable
    You forgot more reliable !!

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    Re: Qnap TS-453Bmini

    QUESTION: if this machine fails permanently how will you get back your data from the working RAID hard drives?

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    Re: Qnap TS-453Bmini

    Quote Originally Posted by lumireleon View Post
    QUESTION: if this machine fails permanently how will you get back your data from the working RAID hard drives?
    I've had some experience with a TS-453U, which I would assume is fairly similar. It's a glorified PC running a custom modified Linux distro. If the hardware fails you can rebuild the RAID on a Linux box using mdadm.

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