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QNAP TS-119P+ Turbo


$325.00 Released November, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Account manager is fully featured and easy to work with. Enough ports of various types to serve a small home network well. Runs energy efficient, barely uses any power under normal operation with an average number of users.

The Cons:Need to initialize the drive through proprietary software, can't do it manually. Trying to configure manually can lock up the hard drive and destroy the OS. Documentation is written for highly technical audience, not terribly user friendly.

The QNAP TS-119P+ Turbo is a mid-cost one-bay network storage device. QNAP promotes this network storage device as specially designed for small businesses as well as home users who are looking for a large storage center.

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The TS-119P+ Turbo is equipped with a 1.6 GHz embedded CPU, for a high speed performance that consumes a small amount of power. The memory of this storage device is 512MB of DDRIII. The numerous all-in-1 software applications of this network storage device help to ensure ease of use. The TS-119P+ Turbo NAS supports cross-platform services across Windows, Mac, Linux, and UNIX. For security's sake, this network storage device is equipped with unauthorized policy-based IP blocking. The built-in UPnP media server (with TwonkyMedia enabled) supports a wide range of media players such as Sony PS3 and Microsoft Xbox 360 gaming consoles. This server also works with NFS-supported High-Definition digital media players, for HD video streaming. The QNAP TS-119P+ Turbo has three USB 2.0 ports.
 

Features

  • 1 bay
  • 1.6 GHz embedded CPU
  • 512MB DDRIII memory
  • Supports 2.5" or 3.5" SATA hard drive
  • Shiny exterior
  • Installation by swappable tray
  • Numerous all-in-1 software applications
  • Supports cross-platform services across Windows, Mac, Linux, and UNIX
  • EXT3 and EXT4 file systems
  • Built-in iSCSI target service
  • Built-in iSCSI initiator for storage expansion
  • Virtual disk drive (VDD)
  • Unauthorized policy-based IP blocking
  • Instant SMS alert notification
  • Schedule power on/off
  • 2 IP cameras (optional)
  • UPnP media server
  • PC-less Download Station
  • 3 USB 2.0
  • 1 eSATA port

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Pros
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    account manager is fully featured and easy to work with

  • 1

    enough ports of various types to serve a small home network well

  • 1

    runs energy efficient, barely uses any power under normal operation with an average number of users

  • -1

    runs silently, no built-in fan or moving parts

Cons
  • 1

    need to initialize the drive through proprietary software, can't do it manually

  • 1

    trying to configure manually can lock up the hard drive and destroy the OS

  • 1

    documentation is written for highly technical audience, not terribly user friendly

  • 0

    the Torrent UI has a limited number of options

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