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  Reply # 923910 30-Oct-2013 03:49
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The size and form factor are great fro any small business, and it should have enough CPU capacity to transcode video to our i-devices around the home.  Looks a real winner!

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 923912 30-Oct-2013 04:54
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I like that it's quiet.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 923913 30-Oct-2013 05:52
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With a growing family and a small home business this would be perfect solution to managing work and personal files. Remote access is how I see this really improving how I access files while I am on the road.

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 923915 30-Oct-2013 06:34
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The storage and backup feature would be great for us at home.
There's so many features that would be useful!!!

Bruce

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 923918 30-Oct-2013 06:51
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I think the small size and flexibility make in ideal for home server.

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Richard

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  Reply # 923924 30-Oct-2013 07:17
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absolutely no use to me whatsoever but didn't want to miss out on posting in such a popular thread :)




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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 923929 30-Oct-2013 07:39
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This Would make a great home media server, with great expandability.

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  Reply # 923930 30-Oct-2013 07:39
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Form factor and power! Much better than running a PC, and way more flexible than a home NAS




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  Reply # 923931 30-Oct-2013 07:51
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I love how they've achieved such small price and size while still packing in enough CPU grunt for most users and plenty of drive bays. 

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 923933 30-Oct-2013 07:52
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I currently have 14 Terabytes of external hard drives connected via usb hubs to my laptop which is getting ridiculous.  The feature I like the best is the ability to fill the 4 bays of the HP Microserver Gen8 with 4 x 4 Terabyte drives and transfer my media collection to the NAS thus benefiting me by uncluttering my desk which is littered with 8 x 3.5 inch usb external hard drives and improving overall data performance.

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 923935 30-Oct-2013 07:55
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Size, design and silence

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  Reply # 923936 30-Oct-2013 07:57
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The size and power has me sold. An absolute winner

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 923938 30-Oct-2013 08:05
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Great size, quiet and efficient.  Perfect home server!

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  Reply # 923949 30-Oct-2013 08:25
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The form factor would make this an excellent replacement for our aging server at our office that acts as a file server, a weather station server, and controls our internal heating and cooling systems at our winery. I *LOVE* the idea of having a sever with ILO as I'm not always on site and a good remote management option is a big plus

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  Reply # 923963 30-Oct-2013 08:34
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I used to own a HP Mediasmart Windows Home Server.

The change to "build my own" running either a variant of Windows or Linux would be great fun and offer more flexibility than a standard NAS. 

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