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General

Manufacturer Intel Qnap
Model SS4200EHWNA TS-239-PROII+
Lowest Price $140.00 Compare Intel SS4200EHWNA prices $1,653.33 Compare Qnap TS-239-PROII+ prices
Warranty 3 years warranty

Ports

RJ45 Ports
USB Ports 4
eSATA Ports Yes Yes
Other Ports

Storage

Drive Bays 2
Hard Disk Interface
Hard Disk Size Diskless
Rotational Speed

Features

  • Flexible Network Attached Storage (NAS) solution that instantly adds storage capacity for small business and home networks.
  • Includes 4 USB 2.0 ports and 2 eSATA ports; Intel Celeron Processor 420 running at 1.6 GHz
  • Supports up to up to 4 3.5-inch SATA hard disks for up to 3 TB of secure storage
  • EMC Retrospect backup software; out-of-box RAID
  • 3-year limited warranty
  • Intel Atom D425 Single-Core 1.8GHz CPU 1GB DDRII RAM
  • RAID 0, 1 single and JBOD Online RAID capacity expansion Online RAID Level Migration and RAID Recovery features are standard
  • Supports NAS and iSCSI applications iSCSI targets can be created on the NAS for storage expansion Connect to other iSCSI devices on the network and add them as virtual disk drives (VDD) to expand the storage capacity of the NAS
  • Windows Mac Linux and UNIX Windows Active Directory (AD) Real-time system monitoring Detailed event logs SNMP Instant SMS alert Wake on LAN and scheduled power on/off management are provided for the users to manage the NAS efficiently
  • VMware vSphere4 (ESX 4.0 and above) and Citrix XenServer virtualization platforms and is also compliant with Windows 2008 Failover Cluster Supports NAS and iSCSI applications

Form Factor

Dimensions 16" x 13.23" x 4.8" 6" x 8" x 3"
Weight 15 lbs 6.44 lbs
Form Factor 3.5" x 1/3H

Networking

Data Link Protocol Ethernet
Network Interface Controller Ethernet 1000 Mb-s
DLNA Certified No Yes

Hardware

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Supported Protocols
Processor
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RAID
LEDs
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Software

Operating System
Management

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