New information indicates that - for consumers - the barebone version isn’t very interesting. This is because the NA-1400 needs a special image installed on one of the harddisks (the so-called master or golden harddisk). Buying a seperate master disk and installing it is expensive and also a time consuming process. Because the pre-configured versions are competatively priced, when compared to a barebone with four seperate harddisks, it is easier to buy a pre-configured version.

The 1.6TB (4x400GB) and 2TB (4x500GB) versions are scheduled to be available in Europe in about 3 weeks (mid May).

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