Windows Home Server-based computers are available in a number of
configurations and designs, and from a broad range of manufacturers. Availability varies by country and region.
Please check with your retailer for local availability, or check out some of the recommended servers below.
Building your own server
If you're interested in purchasing software to build your own Windows
Home Server system, please check with your software retailer for local
RevoCenter from Acer—Powered by Windows Home Server 2011
The Acer RevoCenter RC110/RC111 lets you store your digital treasures
and share them with family and friends. This compact yet powerful storage device
features a hardworking processor and hefty hard disk space for your ever-growing collection of
photos, sounds, videos, and movies.
For availability in your country, check the worldwide Acer page.
The powerful central processor in the Leo HS4 gives you the full power
of Windows Home Server 2011, including on-the-fly media transcoding and fast disk management
virtualization. Ships only to the UK and Ireland.
Learn more at the Tranquil website.
Home Server from PC Specialist
Every Home Server from PC Specialist is built to
order using the latest hardware from the leading brands
such as AMD, Intel, Samsung, and Western Digital.
Check the PC Specialist website
for local availability.
ViridianPC Colorado Home Server range
ViridianPC has a server to meet your needs, whether you want a server powered by an Intel Atom for basic file sharing
and backups, or a server powered by a quad-core Intel Core server for streaming multiple
HD videos. Data capacities of their servers go up to 18 terabytes in the VHS6-IC.
Find the exact ViridianPC Colorado Home Server for your needs.
LaCie 5big Office
Protection for your data, collaboration for your business: The LaCie 5big Office gives you centralized file sharing and backup for 10 PCs, file-level or full-system restore, and data back-ups to the cloud. Featuring a powerful 1.6GHz Intel 64-bit Atom processor.
For availability in your country, check the
worldwide LaCie page.
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