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Last day to enter: Win a 16TB NAS system worth almost £900! (closed)

Update: This competition is now closed and we can announce the winner… Simon Harris! Thanks to everyone who entered and stay tuned for more giveaways, including the chance to win a streaming bundle from AVerMedia!

We have another competition for you all this week! This time around, we have teamed up with Seagate, QNAP and broadbandbuyer.com to give away a pro-grade storage setup worth close to £900. Our prize today includes a four-bay QNAP TS451D2 NAS and four Seagate IronWolf Pro 4TB hard drives, all set up and configured by broadbandbuyer.com. 

The prize here is a 16TB NAS solution, configured by broadbandbuyer.com, a team with over 20 years of experience in design, configuration and support for professional solutions. The 4-bay QNAP TS-451D2 provides high storage potential for home and small business users to store, share, and back up files. It sports a dual-core Intel processor to enable seamless multi-user on-premises/remote access to work files, while home users can enjoy a high-quality multimedia experience with both streaming and direct 4K HDMI 2.0 output.

The hard drives at the heart of all of this are the Seagate IronWolf drives, built for multi-user environments with high workload rates of up to 300TB per year. Using AgileArray technology, Seagate is able to ensure these HDDs are reliable and scalable.

To enter this competition, you will need to head over to our entry page, HERE. From there, you can find more details on the prize, terms and conditions as well as how to enter for a chance to win this prize. If NAS storage isn't your thing, then you may be interested in our RTX 3070-powered gaming PC giveaway, which you can find here.

KitGuru Says: Good luck to everyone entering! 

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