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Energy-Saving Windows Home Server 100

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Topic: Energy-Saving Windows Home Server 100
Posted By: Eddie
Subject: Energy-Saving Windows Home Server 100
Date Posted: 16 Feb 2009 at 1:40pm
Windows Home Server 100 – a small form factor home-based server that allows users to easily access their files, photos, videos and music in their home or remotely. With CyberPower’s Windows Home Server 100 users can protect, connect to, and organize their digital data, and also expand their storage needs with very little effort.

Windows Home Server 100 was designed for households and home-based businesses that have more than one personal computer. This energy-saving server can automatically complete the daily backup of your computers on a home network, which allows users to restore a single file or an entire PC. Users can now access files at home, in the office, or even on the road. The CyberPower Windows Home Server 100 also features a secure and personalized website address, which allows users to organize their digital media in a central location to make it easier to share photos, music, and home videos.

CyberPower Windows Home Server 100 features include Intel’s energy-saving ATOM 330 Dual Core CPU (45nm, FSB 533MHz, 1.6GHz, 1 MB L2) on the Intel’s Mini-ITX mainboard with Intel GMA 950 & S-video output support, 10/100/1000Mbps Gigabit Ethernet, ALC662 High Definition Audio, a 500GB SATA-II hard drive, 2GBs of PC2-4200 DDR2-533 memory and Microsoft Windows 2003 Server OEM version. List price of this configuration is $399.

The CyberPower Windows Home Server 100 is available direct from www.cyberpowerpc.com  




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Posted By: Narg
Date Posted: 20 Feb 2009 at 6:21am
Hi guys,
 
I just saw the new atom based windows home server.  Great IDEA!!!!   But....
 
What's missing to make this a real home server for an enthusiast is a 4 bay removable SATA drive cage.  And how about an internal SSD drive for the Windows Home Server OS?
 
This is a central server for a home, right?  And enthusiasts would require a RAID 5 setup for size and data protection.  Windows Home Server can handle it too.
 
Make a box like that, without drives (I've got my own) too keep the costs lower and I'll buy one.



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