A smaller version NAS RIP 4K HDR
A smaller version of the Zappiti NAS RIP 4K HDR with perhaps 2 or 3 bays at a reduced price would appeal to the average consumer like me. I bet it would grow to be your best seller!
I wouldn't hesitate to buy a smaller version of the Zappiti NAS RIP 4K that is more affordable for more people around $1500-1700 price. It would be very successful.
I completely agree. I wouldn’t envisage ever needing to use more than 3 bays of storage. There is definitely an untapped market out there of consumers such as myself who would buy a smaller capacity NAS RIP 4K HDR at a reduced price.
Perhaps an 4K UHD drive in a zappiti player with rip software would be great! Rip to a local disk or directly to a Synology or QNAP would be a nice feature. I own already a NAS so adding this feature to a player would be great.
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Raun Cesar commented
I want that NAS RIP 4K HDR, i know i could rip my own movies but honestly i dont want to learn all the steps, buy all the necessary items, hook everything up, get it to work, walk the family on how to access and then inevitably have to trouble shoot errors. i want an all in one and this looks like the relatively affordable answer like https://www.screenbinge.com/. i have close to 500 movies (mostly dvds) and i would love something that would put them at my fingertips. saw Zappiti on sparechange but i dont see how i can order it here in the states. They literally have a store on their website. Looks like it’s just Euros for pricing though any other reviews? anyother options? it’s also not cheap. 2700 euros for that piece without hard drives?
Tom Manuguerra commented
+1 would love to see that