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NETGEAR RN10200-100EUS ReadyNAS 102 2 Bay Personal Cloud Network Attached Storage (Diskless), iTunes Server, Plex Server, DLNA Media Streaming and RAID

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  • Easily store, share and stream data from your personal cloud
  • Compatible with all Windows, Mac, Linux, web and mobile devices
  • Supports both SSD and SATA drives (with tool-less installation)
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Technical Details
BrandNetGear
Item Weight2.1 Kg
Product Dimensions22 x 10.1 x 14.2 cm
Item model numberRN10200-100EUS
SeriesRN10200 Readynas 102
Processor Count1
RAM Size0.5 GB
Number of USB 2.0 Ports1
Wattage31 watts
Lithium Battery Weight3 Grams
  
Additional Information
ASINB00BJ1BGOS
Best Sellers Rank 6,299 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.6 Kg
Date First Available25 Feb. 2013
  
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Product Description

Photographs, video clips, songs, web sites, text messages…the types of data that enrich our lives can seem endless. With ReadyNAS you finally have an easy way to centralise, access and share your digital world. Way more than just simple storage for all your stuff, every ReadyNAS features unprecedented protection of your files, the ability to manage stored data from any web-enabled device and a library of add-ons that allow you to do more with your storage than you ever thought possible.

Every networked attached storage (NAS) device from Netgear runs on the revolutionary ReadyNAS 6.0 operating system. Designed with ease-of-use in mind, new devices are discovered automatically through the cloud. Also, a custom-built OS protects stored data not only with automatic RAID configuration, but is the first of its kind to feature the continuous data protection of unlimited snapshots along with real-time anti-virus and native encryption.

These days, your data is your world. With ReadyNAS, protecting and accessing that world has never been easier, as ReadyNAS 6.0 makes storage easy.

Box Contains

ReadyNAS 102
2x HDD Tray (Tool less installation)
ReadyNAS OS 6.0 Installation Guide
Power Adapter and Cable
Ethernet Cable
ReadyNAS Installation and Resource CD


From the Manufacturer

RN102

RN102

All your files are fully protected and ready to stream, share or access from anywhere. And with the app, backing up and syncing files has never been easier.

NETGEAR ReadyNAS 102 - Two Bay Network Attached Storage

  • Complete file protection with five levels of security for your photos and files
  • Automatic backup and sync with ReadyCloud PC app
  • Smartphone photo backup with free mobile app
  • Uninterrupted streaming of movies and music with DLNA, iTunes and Plex
  • Anywhere cloud access and sharing from computers and mobile devices
  • Hot swap and disk spin down
  • 1.2 Ghz processor and 512 GB on board RAM for swift data transfers

Stream Videos and Music

- Stream videos with DLNA or the Plex app

- Stream music with iTunes

Comprehensive Back up

- Automatic folder backup for PCs

- Multi-user time machine, backup for Macs

- Smartphone photo backup

Sync your PCs

- Turn any folder on your ReadyNAS into a sync folder

- Documents in sync folders will be kept up to date and available from any PC

- Share synced folders for better in collaboration

A Private Cloud of your Own

- Access via smartphones using the ReadyCloud mobile app

- Access via your PC using the ReadyCloud PC app

- Access via the web from NETGEAR website

RN102 - 2 Bay RN104 – 4 bay RN312 – 2 Bay RN314 – 4 Bay RN316 – 6 Bay RN202 - 2 bay
Suggested number of current users 1-5 1-5 5-25 5-25 5-25 1-10
Maximum solution capacity 8 TB 16 TB 28 TB (w/ EDA500) 56 TB (w/ EDA500) 64 TB (w/ EDA500) 12 TB
Supported drive types 2.5 SATA/SSD and 3.5 SATA Support 2.5 SATA/SSD and 3.5 SATA Support 2.5 SATA/SSD and 3.5 SATA Support 2.5 SATA/SSD and 3.5 SATA Support 2.5 SATA/SSD and 3.5 SATA Support 2.5 SATA/SSD and 3.5 SATA Support
Gigabit LAN ports 1 2 2 2 2 2
eSATA ports 1 1 2 2 2 2
USB ports 1 USB 2.0 + 2 USB 3.0 1 USB 2.0 + 2 USB 3.0 1 USB 2.0 + 2 USB 3.0 1 USB 2.0 + 2 USB 3.0 1 USB 2.0 + 2 USB 3.0 3 USB 3.0
Media Streaming DLNA, PLEX, iTunes DLNA, PLEX, iTunes DLNA, PLEX, iTunes and Transcoding DLNA, PLEX, iTunes and Transcoding DLNA, PLEX, iTunes and Transcoding DLNA, PLEX, iTunes and Transcoding
Remote access for mobile app, web browser
Five layers of protection
Auto backup and sync

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By E. O'brien on 26 Aug. 2013
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After retiring our family PC in favour of mobile devices, ipads, ipods and the like, I needed a solution to store our family photos and video clips.
I did a fair amount of research and settled on the Netgear ReadyNAS 102 on the basis of cost.

At first, the Netgear range of 2 bay NASs seemed a bit confusing. There was the ReadyNAS DUO, the ReadyNAS V2 ReadyNAS Ultra. I eventually realised that the 102 was the successor to the V2 and Duo and was therefor the latest in the lineup.
I did read some dodgy reviews (here on Amazon and elsewhere) that the 102 was experiencing problems but decided to go ahead with it based on the previous versions in the hope that the issues would have been addressed.

I bought the diskless version and added my own Seagate ST3000DM1 3TB hard drive. I intend to add another later but I haven't decided if I want to extend the volume or mirror in RAID 1 yet.

When it arrived, I switched it on and was presented by flashing lights and I could not see it in the RAIDar software.
After reading the manual and checking online, I decided to try a factory reset which worked.
After initial boot up, I accessed the frontview in firefox and rant the setup. The system notified me that a firmware update was available which was downloaded and installed automatically.

I spent a few hours setting up and checking it out and eventually mapped the NAS in windows and started copying all my data over.
I have also successfully streamed content to my Panasonic Viera TV and Onkyo receiver without any problems. I've also accessed the Readycloud remotely from my work PC and viewed the content.

Next steps are to install the IOS and Android apps on the mobile devices.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Cillian on 23 Dec. 2014
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I have never used any type of NAS equipment in the past but thanks to a friend who works in Netgear I received a ReadyNAS for free which I am really impressed with!

Firstly, the packaging was great when it arrived, not a mark one the ReadyNAS box on the inside of the outer brown box. They also supplied 2 charge leads, a IRL/UK one which I needed or they also had the 2 pin EU one. Not many companies would supply both.

I put in 2 x 1TB Drives which I had already and it was a very easy task (they also supply special adapter screws to make the slimmer types of hard drives fit but I didn't need these), all I really needed to do with the new drives once inserted was to format them which was very quick and pain free.

The initial set up is explained in the booklet which comes with the ReadyNAS and only contains 4 or 5 steps and they were very easy to follow.

I have an external hard drive which I usually put downloaded movies, music and my pictures onto as I try and keep my computer hard drive as empty and as free as possible since my computer hard drive failed about a year ago and I lost everything. What I did notice was when I set up the ReadyNAS first it was saying I only had 1TB and not 2TB which I had inserted. I then discovered the reason for this is as standard the ReadyNAS keeps both hard drives separate and copies the content from one over to the other in case one of the hard drives ever failed. This is a great idea but just be aware of this if you want 2TB like I thought I was getting originally, either get 2 x 2TB drives or else turn off this feature.

I transferred a lot of my movies over to the ReadyNAS and have been able to watch them on my computer, iPhone and iPad from the get go.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By JP on 15 Oct. 2013
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Had for a few weeks, and bought primarily as a RAID array NAS drive with with 2x WD 3Tb red drives for an internal home LAN. I chose it cos it has the best connectivity for the price (2x USB3, 1x USB2), the eSATA link appears to be dedicated to a specific NetGear expansion box.

Hardware installation was a breeze. ReadyCLOUD discovery worked well and the whole thing was up and running in 10 minutes or so. It works in the background matching the disks, and took about 10 hours from initial start-up, but it is usable from the off and pauses the process when you turn it off.

The admin page is reasonably straightforward, and has options for timed on/off periods. My aim was to set up public shares in a household where we don't use logons so configuration was easy. I've not tried to use printer shares, remote access or quota setting. The only problem was IE10 on Win8 claimed it was always off-line, whereas in Win7 it was fine. Firefox 24 in Win8 worked with no problem.

The unit is pretty quiet but the fan can be heard in a silent room (but then so can our Humax PVR!). It's no noisier than the silent desktop PC I built recently, or the laptops we have. While it has rubberised feet for grip and damping, you can still get resonation from the spinning disks, but that's more to do with the where you put the unit and on a small bookcase next to the router it seems fine.

File transfer speeds across our gigabit network are generally 50-60Mb/s (i.e. 400-500Mbps), which was pretty much what I was expecting in real-world performance, and is faster than my experience with USB3 drives. After an hour of constant data copying it didn't get hot (CPU 55°C, but the box was not obviously warm).

So far so happy.
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