Manufacturer LevelOne NETGEAR
Model FNS-1000 RNDX4000-100NAS
Lowest Price $24.99 Compare LevelOne FNS-1000 prices $349.95 Compare NETGEAR RNDX4000-100NAS prices
Warranty 5 years warranty


RJ45 Ports
USB Ports
eSATA Ports No No
Other Ports


Drive Bays
Hard Disk Interface
Hard Disk Size
Rotational Speed


  • 1TB Home Network NAS Drive
  • Share files across all computers on a network
  • Ethernet connection
  • Remote Access
  • 3 years warranty
  • The iSCSI target support enables connectivity to remote storage devices over a standard IP network, regardless of where the device resides; in the next room or on another continent.
  • Multiple layers of data protection are built into every business-class ReadyNAS, including drive fault tolerance, online backups (snapshot), and secure offsite replication to another ReadyNAS system. A ReadyNAS revolutionizes backup and recovery times and can replace tape completely, making offsite replication and backup a complete, affordable and timely reality for small business users.
  • Optional ReadyNAS Vault software provides automatic backup and disaster recovery for network data available with all ReadyNAS systems, which means no more dedicated servers, licenses or failed jobs. Backup anything on your ReadyNAS offsite and recover from any web location using a Web browser.
  • The Netgear RNDX4000-100NAS features dual Gigabit Ethernet ports for up to 10X the speed of most 100M network connections and excellent usability for office and home networks.
  • RAID Function - The advanced RAID system with support for RAID 0, 1, 5 continually checks hard drive performance to ensure data integrity, along with X-RAID2 support for simple online expansion.

Form Factor

Dimensions 5" x 12" x 10" 13.25" x 11" x 9.13"
Weight 5 lbs 14.05 lbs
Form Factor 3.5" 3.5" x 1/3H


Data Link Protocol Ethernet Ethernet
Network Interface Controller
DLNA Certified No Yes


Supported Protocols


Operating System

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