IntroductionFirst things first, I'd like to thank QNAP for supplying us with the QNAP TS-109 Pro Turbostation.
The QNAP TS-109 Pro Turbostation is a NAS device aimed at home use. It comes packed with many features to replace the average home server while being small and using little power. While aimed to be a storage server (datastorage, web, database) the TS-109 also has features like a DHCP server and printer sharing. The TS-109 doesn't come with a harddisk though, you have to add one yourself. Main storage comes from normal 3.5" SATA disks though you can add an eSATA disk and up to three USB drives (without using hubs). These expansion options make the TS-109 a long term investment.
- Create your own File Server in the easiest way
- FTP Server simplifies the data sharing
- Backup Server with the most professional auto-backup software
- Enhanced data protection by optional RAID-1 mirroring
- Remote Replication
- Establish your interactive Web Server
- MySQL Server
- Share your printer resource by Printer Server
- UPnP Media Server (with built-in TwonkyMedia Server)
- Multimedia Station for photo sharing
- Enjoy continuous download independent of PC
- Share your music by iTunes Server
|Application||1x3.5" SATA HD, 1x3.5" eSATA HD, up to 3 USB devices|
|Weight||1.2 kg (without disk)|
|Dimensions||210 x 60 x 182 mm|
|Power supply||Standard 12V/3A adapter|
|Power usage||6.6W in sleep mode|
14.4W in operation
|Supported file systems||FAT, FAT32, EXT3, NTFS (read only)|
The QNAP Ts-109 Pro Turbostation comes in a small colorful box. On it you find pictures of the unit and a list of features.
The unit comes packed in a plastic bag protected by foam. Next to it is a box with all the goodies.
In the box we find an adapter, manual, a short CAT5 cable, two screws, software CD and two brackets to keep the unit standing upright.
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