HP MediaSmart EX495 Windows Home Server Unboxing

Following on from our unboxing of the HP X510 Data Vault yesterday, today we are doing the unboxing of the new HP MediaSmart EX495 Windows Home Server.

Unboxing the HP X510 Data Vault Windows Home Server

A few weeks ago we reported that HP had released a new Windows Home Server aimed at the SOHO market – the X510 also known as the Data Vault. Here are a some quick pictures of the unit unboxed.

Review of the P80 Add-in for Windows Home Server

So just what is P80 and what can it do for you? In simple terms it is a web site you view via your home page of your WHS that allows you to view various aspects of your WHS in one easy to use web page.

Review of the Xtreamer Media Server and Streamer

Its time for the review of the new Xtreamer media streaming device, and this time we are including some videos. UPDATE: The 2nd video is now live.

Xtreamer Unboxed

A couple of weeks ago we posted about the Xtreamer. Well, my one has just arrived and I thought that I would post a few pictures of what it looks like.

Review of the Samsung Spinpoint M7 2.5” Hard Drive

For any of you out there that have laptops, netbooks, or even PlayStation 3s, and have decided that your current hard drive just isn’t big enough for your needs, then you should look no further than the Samsung Spinpoint M7 hard drive – in this case, model number HM500JI.

Review of the HP SimpleSave SD320A Portable Hard Drive

As you may know, we have reviewed both desktop hard drives and portable hard drives here at Using Windows Home Server, and we have our hands on one of the new HP SimpleSave SD320A portable hard drives and its time for the review.

Installing the AutoExit Add-In to Windows Home Server on a Friday night

Recently I wrote about my five Core Add-Ins for my standard Windows Home Server installations and I am about to add a sixth Add-In to the list. The AutoExit Add-In is one of those rare gems that does not get a lot of attention. This Add-In can save you a lot of time and frustration on your home network.

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