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    Forget spending hundreds on a pre-assembled NAS solution. Do it yourself with Raspberry Pi!
    There are some awesome Network Attached Storage (NAS) solutions out there that can be bought, setup and accessed within an hour. The downside to these devices is the cost, which can be upwards of $1,000 depending on what you need from connected storage. Luckily, if you haven't quite got enough cash to spare, or wish to build one yourself, it's easy to do with a Raspberry Pi.
    We're big fans of the Raspberry Pi. They're excellent pieces of kit that offer everyone the opportunity to purchase a ready-to-go micro PC that can do almost anything — within reason. One such use of the newest Raspberry Pi 3 (which can be purchased for around $40) is to run a home or office-based NAS.

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    04-25-2018 07:10 AM

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