The NAS we like is the Data Robotics Drobo. The Drobo comes in a few different flavors, but all of them allow you to plug at least four hard drives for combined capacity. With up to 3TB per drive, a NAS can create a capacious storage solution. We'd actually recommend setting any NAS as a full RAID array (a redundant data setup that trades some storage space for backed up data), ensuring all of the data stored remains safe, even if one of the hard drives has a critical failure. Check out other options in our comprehensive list here.Reusing an Old PC as a Data Server If you're on a budget you could possibly wrangle some use out of old desktop equipment you might already have laying about in your basement. Once you've formatted the PC, you'll need to either connect it to your modem or buy a WiFi card. You'll also need a bunch of hard drives for storage. We'd recommend buying a RAID card, which would run the hard drives in a similar way as the Drobo. This option costs less, but it's best reserved for the people who know a bit about computers and who don't mind poking around and tweaking settings.
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