I've grown quite fond of QNAP's excellent network-attached storage devices throughout the past year. The first unit I reviewed from the Taiwanese company, the TS-109 Pro, earned ThinkComputers' Editor's Choice award for its excellence. The TS-409U wowed me again in August, also earning the Editor's Choice award. QNAP is back again with the newest revision of its dual drive NAS, the TS-209 II, now with SFTP and NTFS read/write support!
Features & Specifications
CPU: Marvell 5182 500MHz
DRAM: 256 MB DDRII
Flash Memory: 8MB
HDD: 2* 3.5" SATA I/II HDD, up to 2TB (the standard system is shipped without HDD)
LAN Port: 1 * Gigabit RJ-45 Ethernet port
LED Indicators: Status, USB, LAN, HDD 1, HDD 2
USB: 3 * USB 2.0, support USB printer, disk, digital camera, pen drive, USB hub, and USB UPS etc.
Buttons: USB auto-copy button, Power button, Reset button
Alarm Buzzer: System Warning
Form Factor: Compact cubic type
Dimensions: 214 (D)x 175 (W)x 115 (H) mm
Weight Net: weight: 2.4 kg, Gross weight: 3.5 kg
Humidity: 0~95% R.H.
Power Supply: External Adapter, 60W, 100-240V
Thermal Solution: Smart Fan
Secure Design: K-Lock security slot for theft prevention
Sound Level: Standby: 38 dB, In operation: 42dB
QNAP's packaging is always chock-full of information describing the product within the box. The box highlights features such as the the expansive server support and serving capabilities, as well as the administrative and backup abilities.
The rear of the box really hits on the encrypted, remote backups which QNAP devices can perform, as well as the variety of purposes which the device can perform: print server, file server, directory server, and more.
As usual, the device is very well-packed in Styrofoam to keep the unit safe during shipping. Included in the box is the TS-209 II itself, plus the front panel, quick installation guide, CD with installation program, AC adapter, power cord, Cat 5e Ethernet cable, and necessary screws.
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