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10 Bay SATA III NAS Desktop inc Dual Core CPU, USB 3.0 + More - Qnap TS-879 Pro

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Technical Details
Item Weight10 Kg
Product Dimensions32.1 x 32.5 x 21.7 cm
Item model numberTS-1079-PRO-US
Processor Count1
RAM Size2 GB
Number of USB 2.0 Ports6
Number of VGA Ports1
Additional Information
Shipping Weight14 Kg
Date First Available6 Aug. 2012

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5 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Product 21 Dec. 2011
By Mastercard - Published on
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QNAP is great storage device. It appears to be very stable and has a lot of great features. I would recommend the product to anybody who has need of storage.
1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Good, but needs improved cooling. 7 Aug. 2014
By sawdust - Published on
This it takes a few days when first setting up if you are using 5 TB drives, as I was, before you can access the Storage Management function. The cooling capability is less then ideal, the drives are cooled unequally. The ambient temperature needs to be less than 75 degrees F. to keep the drive temperatures below 50 degrees C.

The performance is good. I am able to saturate the 1Gb Ethernet between my main computer and the QNAP NAS when copying large files. The performance on small files is less.
1 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars file format support problems solution. 7 Oct. 2014
By Brandon Stone - Published on
I own a qnap but not this model. To those complaining about video format support it is very limited yes, but it does have a built in time converter you can run manually on files. And for a massive file range support try installing Plex from the app center.
2 of 38 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Over two thousand dollars and still disappointing... 21 July 2012
By Eternal Vigilance - Published on
I bought this 10-bay server and loaded it with 10 4TB Hitachi 7200 RPM hard drives... It was easy to install the hardware and easy to learn the software mechanics (never owned a NAS before but I am moderately computer literate)... I wanted to load my media library with movies in .mkv format and stream them to remote locations (laptop at the airport, overnight at a friend's house, etc)... Well apparently the video player in the NAS is quite limited and geared towards apple-type video formats... this defeat the whole purpose of NAS considering apple-type video formats are not friendly towards other hardware players... It will play pictures and music mp3 files without problem... but why would you need 10 hard drive bays for that? Qnap 1079 = FAIL...

If you are looking to rip your DVD collection into digital files and stream it... then this NAS is not for you

However the one saving grace is that it works great on LAN so that all the computers in your network will be able to play the files... over two thousand dollars and it can't even stream a movie properly... really?
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