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QNAP ... Good idea or not ?

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I am tempted to buy a 4 bay QNAP NAS ( I need storage badly ).
Am setting up a Mac Mini as my main media server in the living room.

Have checked the forum and only thing I could find is related to QNAP and Time Machine issues.

Are there any members out there that have positive experiences with QNAP and OS X Lion ?

Any feedback is welcome.

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I know Qnap and Synology both have just release firmware to fix issues with Lion.

I have had both and for me I like the layout of the Synology boxes better. you would have to compare features between the two for yourself.

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