HP offers 17TB Windows Home Server box

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HP’s latest mediasmart home server can stack up to 17TB of storage in a box the size of one of those little desktop fridges you can buy from Skymall.

Data. Beer. Your decision.

P.S. it has much-improved Mac admin software, and an enhanced media/video collection and conversion package, say the makers.

Datasheet

(PDF) [HP]

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5 Responses to HP offers 17TB Windows Home Server box

  1. Enochrewt says:

    #3: Remember, it does come with Windows Home Server, which isn’t free. It still doesn’t really justify the price, especially when a new version of WHS is coming soon.

  2. Bodog says:

    Hmmm…where does the 17TB come from? – wouldn’t it be 4 internal x 2TB HDD’s and then using 2TB’s on the other 8 connections (4 x USB & 4 x ESATA) – that would be 24TB’s in total.

  3. F says:

    The 1 Tb version of this is $543.99 at Amazon.

    You’re buying a $150 computer, a $70 disk drive, NO RAID PROTECTION, and a free copy of Samba for a 271% markup.

    One would hope that the folks who read this website could do better than this on their own.

  4. 17TB internal? or you mean using the 4 USB / 4 eSATA ports as well as the 3 internal bays??? Wouldn’t look too nice having 8 external drives on that unit.

  5. Shinhan says:

    @BODOG
    Try with 1.5TB drives, where 12*1.5 = 18TB.

    But I agree that counting external storage for stuff like this is ridiculous.

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