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Excito B3 released today – win the top of the range model worth £400+

To celebrate today's release of the B3 home server, Linux User has teamed up with Excito to offer you the chance to win their top of the range B3 Wi-FI home server with 2TB of storage! To celebrate Excito’s new B3 home server solution, we’re giving you the chance to win

The B3 is a fully featured server and router with BitTorrent download and media streaming capabilities, not to mention file, mail and web services. All this, and it’s the same size as an external hard drive…

The idea of using a Linux-based personal server for all your storing and streaming needs makes a lot of sense. But building and configuring your own Linux server can be daunting. Enter B3, a Linux-based personal server from Swedish firm Excito. This can handle pretty much any task you throw at it: streaming music, managing downloads, creating and sharing photo albums. You can use B3 as a router and firewall, file and FTP server, and a web and mail server. B3 is powered by Debian Squeeze, so you can extend its functionality by installing packages from Debian’s vast software collection. While B3’s user-friendly web-based interface makes it easy to configure and manage the server even for less tech-savvy users, you can also gain full access to B3’s underlying system via SSH. B3 is built to last and to withstand harsh treatment, and its fanless design makes it whisper quiet. Depending on the configuration, B3 consumes only 5-13W power – it’s one of the most power-efficient personal servers on the market.

For your chance to win the Excito B3 Wi-Fi, all you have to do is visit to find the answer to this question:

How many storage options are available for the B3 Wi-Fi?

Please send your answer to ‘Excito Competition’, using the ‘Contact Us’ email form here. Please don’t forget to include your full name and address in your email. The competition closes on the 29th November 2010…

Check out our review of the Bubba 2 WI-FI here and watch out for our B3 review coming next week…

Terms & Conditions
Entry to the competition is via email using the ‘Contact Us’ page. The winner will be chosen at random after the closing date which is 29th November 2010 and will be notified within 14 days of the draw. If the winner cannot be contacted within 30 days an alternative winner may be selected. The Editor’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Linux User & Developer is not responsible for for lost, undelivered or non received emails. By entering this competition you are consenting to receiving further communication from Linux User & Developer by email, you can unsubscribe to these messages at any time by replying and entering UNSUBSCRIBE in the subject line. Prizes are final, there are no cash alternatives.  Acceptance of the prize constitutes the winners’ names and photos being used for editorial, advertising and publicity purposes. Contestants agree to be bound by the rules and regulations by entering the competition. Full competition rules can be found here.