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Hey all,

I'm looking for some help in the best solution that I have floating in my head at the minute. I want to have some sort of NAS or storage system that can be accessed by most of the devices connected to my home network. I don't want mega amount of storage at this minute but I do want a solution that can be easily upgraded if more storage was ever needed. The systems that are in a house a mix of Windows and Macs if you needed to know that. Does anyone have any recommendations on what the best solution is or have any questions that I might be able to answer?

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Depends on what you want. Mass storage, easy setup, or DIY. You can get a Synology with 2-4 bay if you don't need a lot of storage. For more storage you can get 8 bay like the UNAS NSC-800 or go with a 4U server rack mount. Otherwise you can build an NAS with a normal PC tower. And if you really need more space than the usual person try the Backblaze Storage Pods.
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