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Asus TS mini NAS


$350.00 Released November, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Better than a stand-alone NAS - includes a full PC with Windows Home Server for more advanced functionality. Dual eSATA ports, 6 USB ports - for additional external storage, other peripherals. Gigabit network connection for enhanced throughput on compatible network hardware.

The Cons:Only includes 2 internal SATA ports - not good for a large amount of storage / a large RAID setup. Ugly monolith of an enclosure.

The Asus TS mini NAS is a small-office/at-home (SOHO) server based on a 1.66GHz Intel Atom processor, up to 2GB of RAM, and a variety of expansion options including dual SATA, six USB, and two eSATA. It utilizes gigabit-per-second Ethernet access to back up to 10 PCs all at once, while still offering quick access to any files stored within.

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This allows it to be used as a central network repository for safeguarding data, as well as providing convenient access to attached storage devices remotely over the Internet. In fact, a user from across the globe can setup his or her personal Windows Live account to remotely access the TS mini and its content, stream music and multimedia, and even access any IP-attached home surveillance cameras.

Features

  • SOHO Server
  • Dual SATA Drives
  • USB/eSATA Expansion
  • Gigabit Ethernet Conectivity
  • Remote Access Feature
  • Remote Multimedia Streaming

Specifications

  • OS: Microsoft Windows Home Server
  • Processor: Intel Atom Processor N280 (1.66GHz)
  • Memory: 1GB/2GB DDR2-800
  • HDD: 500GB/1TB/2TB, 7200RPM
  • Maximum HDD: 2 x 3.5” SATA-I/II
  • Networking: 10/100/1000 Gigabit LAN
  • Interface: USB(6), eSATA(2), K-Lock(1)
  • Color: Black

Model Variations

  • TS-Mini/500GB | $349.99
  • TS-Mini/1TB
  • TS-Mini/2TB | $529.99

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Pros
  • 3

    better than a stand-alone NAS - includes a full PC with Windows Home Server for more advanced functionality

  • 3

    dual eSATA ports, 6 USB ports - for additional external storage, other peripherals

  • 3

    Gigabit network connection for enhanced throughput on compatible network hardware

  • 2

    affordable price

  • 1

    a full albeit low power X86 computer - 1.66GHz Atom processor, up to 2GB of RAM, 2 x SATA ports, Gigabit network connection, 6 x USB ports and 2 x eSATA

Cons
  • 1

    only includes 2 internal SATA ports - not good for a large amount of storage / a large RAID setup

  • 1

    ugly monolith of an enclosure

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