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Drobo to the Rescue For Unhappy Windows Home Server Users?


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In a clever piece of marketing, Drobo are offering discounts to Windows Home Server users who are unhappy with the news about Drive Extender being removed.

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Here is what Drobo have said:

Drobo has always been the simplest home storage, making it the perfect save for stranded windows home server users.

Looking to Migrate?

Drobo FS was designed with one purpose in mind: to deliver the best file sharing experience ever. From the moment you plug it in and see it instantly appear, you’ll know there’s nothing like it! The all-in-one Drobo FS is perfect for any connected home, home office, or small office environment needing a simple, safe device for sharing and backing up files over the network.

Looking to Add?

Using the USB, Firewire or eSATA ports on your Windows Home Server, you can use Drobo or Drobo S to add reliable disk capacity. Drobo appears as an additional drive, but unlike other USB drives it protects data against a hard disk crash. Just add any SATA drive and Drobo takes care of the rest; it is a hard drive that never fails and never gets full!

Ready for a Rescue?

Drobo provides a DroboCopy utility to easily migrate data from any location to Drobo, making your rescue quick and easy. Moreover, take advantage of our special offer for Drobo FS from now through December 31 at our online DroboStore.

So here are the offers:

US and Canada – enter “RESCUE” to save $100 on Drobo FS or Drobo S

UK – enter “RESCUE100UK” to save £63.26 on Drobo FS or Drobo S

Europe- enter “RESCUE100EU” to save € 74.62 on Drobo FS or Drobo S

We reviewed the Drobo NAS earlier this year.

Andrew Edney
Andrew Edney
I am the owner and editor of this site. I have been interested in gadgets and tech since I was a little kid. I have also written a number of books on various tech subjects. I also blog for The Huffington Post and for FHM. And I am honoured to be a Microsoft MVP since January 2008 - again this year as an Xbox MVP.


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