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General

Manufacturer Sonnet Technologies Buffalo Technology
Model FUS-R4QR5-12TB LS-WSX1.0TL/R1
Lowest Price $1,995.00 Compare Sonnet Technologies FUS-R4QR5-12TB prices $135.00 Compare Buffalo Technology LS-WSX1.0TL/R1 prices
Warranty 1 year limited

Ports

RJ45 Ports 1 x 10/100/1000M
USB Ports 1 x USB2.0
eSATA Ports Yes No
Other Ports 1 x PCIe

Storage

Drive Bays 2
Hard Disk Interface 2 x SATA
Hard Disk Size 12TB 1TB (2x500GB)
Rotational Speed 7200RPM

Features

  • High Performance, Protected Data-When connected via eSATA and with four 1TB drives configured as a RAID 5 set, data transfers up to 225 MB/sec read, 177 MB/sec write while protecting the data
  • RAID 5 Onboard-Integrated hardware RAID controller supports RAID 5 drive configuration on its own; no need for a specialized RAID controller card
  • Four Interfaces, Single Cable Connection-Choose from eSATA, FireWire 800, FireWire 400, and USB 2.0 interfaces, and connect to your computer with a single cable
  • Informative Display and LED Indicators-Determine operating status at a glance
  • Simple Configuration-Integrated controls enable you to select RAID modes and configure the drives to meet your performance and data security needs, no matter which interface you choose
  • 4TB, 8TB, and 12TB configurations
  • Quiet Fans-Low fan noise levels make these Fusion storage systems suitable for use in noise-sensitive environments
  • eSATA, FireWire 800, FireWire 400 and USB cables included
Compact Form Factor: Paired with two 2.5" hard drives, the LinkStation Mini is the smallest NAS on the market and fits in the palm of your hand

RAID 0 and RAID 1 Support: Get maximum reliability with automatic data mirroring in RAID 1 or maximum storage with two striped hard drives in RAID 0

Near Silent Operation: Fanless design ensures reliable, silent operation in noise-sensitive settings

Eco-Friendly Power Management: Power Savings mode automatically powers the LinkStation Mini on and off with your PC (requires installation of NAS Navigator)

DLNA CERTIFIED and iTunes Servers: Stream content directly to any DLNA compatible media player or use LinkStation Mini as content source from within your iTunes application

BitTorrent Client: Download digital content over the Internet directly to your LinkStation Mini

WebAccess: Share your photos, music, videos or data files with family, friends and colleagues over the Internet with a standard browser or Apple iPhone

Active Directory Support: Join to an existing Active Directory Domain for Windows user authentication and folder level permissions

USB Port: Attach a printer to the network, add a USB hard drive for additional storage or backup, or connect to a UPS for shutdown management

Memeo AutoBackup: Includes Memeo backup software for automatic backup from your PCs and Macs (LifeAgent)

Time Machine Support: Use the LinkStation Mini with Time Machine backup

No Annual or Monthly Fees to use any features or services, including Web Access with iPhone support, or to add multiple users and groups

Free 24/7 Tech Support: US-based tech support for life of the product

Form Factor

Dimensions 24.5" x 25.5" x 7" 5.3" x 3.2" x 1.6"
Weight 38 lbs 1.1 lbs. lbs
Form Factor Desktop

Networking

Data Link Protocol Ethernet
Network Interface Controller
DLNA Certified No Yes

Hardware

Standards IEEE802.3ab / IEEE802.3 / IEEE802.3u Standard
Supported Protocols Networking: TCP/IP, AFP
File Sharing: SMB/CIFS, FTP/SFTP, DLNA
Directory Integration: LDAP, Active Directory
Management: HTTP/HTTPS
Time Synchronization: NTP
Processor Marvell 6281 @ 1.0 GHz
Memory 256MB
RAID 0, 1, Normal
LEDs HDD Power, Activity (Yellow) / Fail (Red)
LAN_WAN Activity (Green) /
USB_COPY_Busy (Blue)
USB_COPY_ Fail (Red)
Power Power Consumption: 15W Max.
Power Supply: External, AC 120-240V 50/60 Hz
Temperature 41-95°
Humidity 0-80% RH non-condensing

Software

Operating System Windows 7 (32-bit/64-bit), Windows Vista (32-bit/64-bit), Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows Server 2003/2008, Mac OS X 10.4 or later
Management HTTP/HTTPS

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