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Uebo S400


$380.00 Released July, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Compact. Can switch RAID types and rebuild very quickly - much better than the competition. ESATA and 4 USB 2 ports for adding external drive capacity.

The Cons:Poor value - better options are available for the price. Software is compressed on the provided CD - doesn't even use a fraction of the capacity of the CD! Poorly written manual.

The Uebo S400 is a RAID-compliant, 4-bay network storage server featuring four hot-swappable drive bays for SATA I/II HDDs up to 2TB a piece. It comes with Redundant Array of Independent Disks (RAID) level 5 technology, which critics label as the “best protection” available for digital data.

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In addition to the integrated drives, the S400 also offers expandability via five USB 2.0 ports and a single eSATA interface. Plus connectivity is further enhanced by dual Gigabit Ethernet ports and support for optional WI-FI (USB adapter required). Signature though is the Uebo S400’s versatility, as it can function as a NAS or as an IP-based storage area network (SAN) device with the iSCSI protocol, which is ideal for block-level access and scalability.

Features

  • 4-Bay Network Storage Server
  • Network-Attached Storage (NAS) Functionality
  • IP-Based Storage Area Network (SAN) Functionality
  • iSCSI Target w/Virtual Disk Support
  • Integrated BitTorrent Client
  • RAID 0, 1, 5, JBOD Setups
  • Mac/Linux/Unix/Win Compatibility
  • 2TB Min / 8TB Max Capacity
  • One Touch USB Copy (Camcorder/Camera)
  • 1-Year Limited Warranty

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    compact

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    can switch RAID types and rebuild very quickly - much better than the competition

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    eSATA and 4 USB 2 ports for adding external drive capacity

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    nifty one-touch copy button with an easily accessible front USB port - stick in a USB drive and copy over its contents with a simple push of a button

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    dual Gigabit connections - for fail-safe / load balancing

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    works well once set up

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    respectable performance

Cons
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    poor value - better options are available for the price

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    software is compressed on the provided CD - doesn't even use a fraction of the capacity of the CD!

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    poorly written manual

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    comes with a fixed IP address - might not conform with your home network!

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    poor web UI - over-simplified

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    doesn't provide feedback when things go wrong - assumes you know what to do, or can figure it out

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    requires being opened to swap drives - not very user friendly

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    supports only drives up to 2TB

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