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    Default FS: HP StorageWorks x510 Home Server - 1 TB

    $450 obo

    Brand new, unopened - can provide proof of purchase.
    The exact same server is on Ebay for $650 and then you have to pay shipping. Scoured the internet and could not find a better price within almost $100.



    General Information
    Manufacturer: Hewlett-Packard
    Manufacturer Part Number: Q2050A#ABA
    Brand Name: HP
    Product Line: StorageWorks
    Product Model: X510
    Product Name: StorageWorks X510 Network Storage Server Data Vault
    Marketing Information:

    The HP StorageWorks X510 Data Vault provides a simple and cost effective solution for a small business to store, secure and share data. The HP Data Vault, based on Microsoft Windows Home Server, provides a user friendly interface and easy installation and management.

    Product Type: Network Storage Server
    Storage
    Hard Drive: 1 x 1 TB - Serial ATA
    Total Storage Capacity: 1 TB
    Processor & Chipset
    Processor: 1 x Intel Pentium E5200 Dual-core 2.50 GHz
    Cache: 2 MB
    Memory
    Standard Memory: 2 GB Unbuffered DDR2 SDRAM ECC
    Interfaces/Ports
    Interfaces/Ports: RJ-45 - Network
    Interfaces/Ports: 4 x USB 2.0 - USB
    Interfaces/Ports: 1 x 7-pin - eSATA
    Network & Communication
    Network Cards: Gigabit Ethernet IEEE 802.3ab 10/100/1000Mbps RJ-45
    Physical Characteristics
    Form Factor: Tower
    Dimensions: 9.84" Height x 5.51" Width x 9.06" Depth
    Weight (Approximate): 11 lb
    Miscellaneous
    # Package Contents: StorageWorks X510 Network Storage Server
    # Power Cord
    # Ethernet Cable
    # Software Installation CD
    # PC Restore CD
    # Data Vault Recovery CD
    # Set-up Poster
    # Support Guides
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    this is a pretty crazy good deal if anyone wants a home server... it has a builtin RAID and the home server software allows you to ensure redundancy on certain folders and has a great backup feature to backup your laptop/desktop as well. I host all my videos on this and then stream to my media center from there.

    Here is a review which also shows average US pricing:
    http://www.mediasmartserver.net/2009...10-data-vault/

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    Originally posted by timdog
    [B]this is a pretty crazy good deal if anyone wants a home server... it has a builtin RAID and the home server software allows you to ensure redundancy on certain folders and has a great backup feature to backup your laptop/desktop as well.
    Actually it isn't RAID at all. The duplication features that provide redundancy are part of a technology built into M$ Windows Home Server called "Drive Extender" that allows you to turn on and off folder duplication[Which by the way you need more than one HDD installed in the system to enable the feature]. It isn't even a software RAID. In the Windows Home Server beta codename 'VAIL' this drive extender technology has officially been dropped from future builds and for protection of your media you should build DIY systems with RAID or ensure if you buy a commercial product that it has disks in RAID configuration, at least RAID 1 for mirrored drives, if you have more than 2 disks you'll likely want RAID 5 or better.

    HP has offically dropped all MediaSmart Server and Data Vault home and SOHO products.

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    i stand corrected on the RAID aspect. still works great regardless and achieves the same thing that any home user would want out of RAID. just need to buy another drive and add it in if you want to use this feature. the fact that the product has been dropped doesn't really affect the bottom line: this is a perfectly working and well functioning brand new home server for atleast $100 or more off the best price I can find on the internet. if anyone can find a better price I will beat it 10%, I just want it gone. Personally love this server, I just already have one.

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    btw i wasn't trying to take the piss outta the sale, I have one too and they are excellent media servers.

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    no worries. damn, was hoping to get rid of this before Christmas.

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    bump

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    price updated

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    another price adjustment - check out ebay and other online sellers - this price is super low

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