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QNAP TS-210


$300.00 Released October, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Dual drive enclosure with support for RAID 0 or 1. Built-in DLNA media server. Slick aesthetic.

The Cons:Expensive for a diskless enclosure. Not compatible with 2.5" SATA drives.

The QNAP TS-210 is a 2-bay Network Attached Storage device designed for home and home office users. This product supports up to 2 separate 3.5" SATA I/II hard drives with a combined storage capacity of up to 4TB.

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Inside the device users will find a Marvell 800MHz CPU and 256MB of DDR2 memory, which enables stable data flow and performance. The TS-210 can be configured in RAID 1 mode for data redundancy. The iSCSI protocol is also supported for linking to other storage devices over a local network, wide area network or the internet. In terms of connections, one will find a gigabit Ethernet port and 3 USB 2.0 ports. Other features include a built-in UPnP / DLNA media server, allowing for multimedia content to be streamed to game consoles like the PS3 and Xbox 360, or mobile devices like the iPhone. The TS-210 comes with version 3 of QNAP's NAS management software, which features an AJAX-based web interface that is compatible with a wide range of web browsers.

Features

  • Virtual Disk Drive (VDD)
  • iSCSI Target Service
  • S.M.A.R.T & Advanced HDD Health Scanning (HHS)
  • UPS support
  • QNAP backup software included
  • One Touch USB Auto Copy
  • Windows, Mac, Linux, and UNIX compatible
  • Web File Manager
  • uPNP Media Server
  • Power Management: Hard Disk Standby & Schedule on/off
  • Power Consumption: 14W (11W in sleep mode)

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    dual drive enclosure with support for RAID 0 or 1

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    built-in DLNA media server

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    slick aesthetic

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    low power consumption - 14w

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    gigabit connection

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    powerful 800MHz Marvell processor, 256MB of DDR2 memory

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    compatible with any operating system

Cons
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    expensive for a diskless enclosure

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    not compatible with 2.5" SATA drives

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