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QNAP TS-109 II Network Attached Storage enclosure £169.99 @ Datakits
QNAP TS-109 II Network Attached Storage enclosure £169.99 @ Datakits

QNAP TS-109 II Network Attached Storage enclosure £169.99 @ Datakits

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A brilliant NAS device, which deserves to be regarded as a full featured home and web server in its own right.

I have to be honest, and admit that although this is genuinely the best deal I've been able to find for the TS-109 II, it's still not what you'd call cheap and so I'm really posting it in the hope that someone will correct me and find an even better deal somewhee out there, and make me aware of it. Underhanded I know. Please prove me wrong.

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better off getting the 209 which isnt much more 220 ish, but you can install 2 disks
the netgear readynas is worth looking at but is bit more

have the ts 101 version of this for last 2 years

its been on 24/7 since and is faultless and first class customer service from qnap when i was setting it up

best bit of kit i ever got

This is a great bit of kit.

I bought the single disk version as it doesn't have a fan so it is nice and quiet. I think the 209 utilises a fan to disipate the amount of heat the 2 disks generate. Unless you need 2 disks then the 109 is the one to go for.

Both are still very slow compare to the Ts-509 :-(

Read are around 16-22.mbps and write around 10-16mbps.

But excellent devices and fantastic support .

rogdog;3470638

This is a great bit of kit. I bought the single disk version as it … This is a great bit of kit. I bought the single disk version as it doesn't have a fan so it is nice and quiet. I think the 209 utilises a fan to disipate the amount of heat the 2 disks generate. Unless you need 2 disks then the 109 is the one to go for.



2 disks is for raid backup capability

Ehm, what is an NAS?:oops::?

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teerex;3473035

Ehm, what is an NAS?:oops::?



NAS stands for Network Attached Storage. Basically a single or group of hard drives that are connected to a network instead of a particular machine. Some come with hard drives, and some, like this one, without. Many NAS devices offer added features, such as a print server to share a printer on a network, and some basic file serving and backup options. Some, like the Qnaps. are incredible devices and offer highly advanced features, too many to fully explain, so see ]here if interested.

Pokey;3473528

NAS stands for Network Attached Storage. Basically a single or group of … NAS stands for Network Attached Storage. Basically a single or group of hard drives that are connected to a network instead of a particular machine. Some come with hard drives, and some, like this one, without. Many NAS devices offer added features, such as a print server to share a printer on a network, and some basic file serving and backup options. Some, like the Qnaps. are incredible devices and offer highly advanced features, too many to fully explain, so see ]here if interested.



Thanks :thumbsup:

Pokey;3473528

NAS stands for Network Attached Storage. Basically a single or group of … NAS stands for Network Attached Storage. Basically a single or group of hard drives that are connected to a network instead of a particular machine. Some come with hard drives, and some, like this one, without. Many NAS devices offer added features, such as a print server to share a printer on a network, and some basic file serving and backup options. Some, like the Qnaps. are incredible devices and offer highly advanced features, too many to fully explain, so see ]here if interested.



prob with qnaps is the processor and memory in my opinion arent high spec enough...even worse for qnaps is the memory isnt, reportedly, upgradeable....still decidely whether to go a qnap 2 disk or readynas 2 disk....given up on the idea of a 4 or 5 disk option as they are just way too expensive for what is a 'nice to have item'
good site here with lots of options including qnap, readynas, synology, etc

ultimatestorage.com

Can this be connected to a wireless network or does it have to be connected directly to the router?

Before buying anything from Datakits I'd do some research on them ...... you have been warned!
Try googling "DATAKITS" +"TERRIBLE"
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