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I'm after people's opinions please.

I'm looking at setting up network storage, and also need to improve the range os the router as the property has thick walls.

Is it better to go for a combination of devices, such as:

this router

with this storage device and a large hard drive, upgradeable later with a second one if needed.

OR go for the whole lot together when this gets released next week.

The combination will cost me about £220 for 250GB hard drive.

The all-in-one I can get for £160, though the money isn't really the issue. I want the best performance.

Oh, yes, it doesn't need a combined modem, as there's a cable modem already with an ethernet connection.

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