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6.4 out of 10


QNAP TS-210 The QNAP TS-210 supports up to two 3.5 inch SAT Read more

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Reviews and Problems with QNAP TS-210

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Overall 10

Great home NAS/iScsi device

epikbob, Amazon
23 June 2012
  • Summary: I purchased this as well as 2 x 2TB disks to run a 2 node ESX installation. It was easy to setup, easy to partition, easy to setup iscsi datastores. I ended up using a lot of the built in features QNAP offers, and they update the firmware often. This now drives 2 x ESX nodes, and holds all of my TV shows and Movies that I stream to different media center PC's. It is quiet and doesn't put off much heat. I store it in a closet and it has no heat issues.
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Overall 4

Difficult to set-up - failed

DaveClarkVibe, Amazon
27 August 2011
  • Summary: Either the unit or the drive failed for me. Set-up was VERY cumbersome. I had purchased this for my Mac because folks had said it was very easy. Do not believe it. The online interface is terrible and for the non IT guy, very confusing. I returned the unit and the drives. A waste of time and money.
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Overall 10

The best NAS !!!

Ivan, Amazon
19 April 2011
  • Summary: QNAP NAS is cool and amazing. Plenty functions that I can store and share to my DLNA TV. The remote access MyCloudNAS is also very nice that I can connect to the NAS remotely!!
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Overall 10


Max, Amazon
19 February 2011
  • Summary: This NAS is one of the best solutions for server & backup at a low cost. It has great features for novice and advanced users. One downside is the compatibility list of HDDs, so you should check the list before buying HDDs for the NAS. The setup is really easy, just follow the on screen instructions and you're done.
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Overall 10

Great Linux Server & 2-Bay NAS

MacTech Guy "Chris", Amazon
15 December 2010
  • Summary: Full Disclosure: I did not buy this item, I ordered a "QNAP TS 209 Pro II Turbo 2-bay NAS" Used VGC from an established Amazon seller. But I received the QNAP TS-210, apparently new in the box {store return?}. Seller is OK with the deal and so am I! The supplied Mac utility software and browser interface are superb. The 210 itself has all the server software you need. No need to go searching for some hacked wares like other brands require.
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Overall 2

Bad deal

Joseph Hoshen, Amazon
9 September 2010
  • Summary: After reading the great reviews on this site on the QNAP TS-210, I decided to buy the unit. For the device I used 2 Seagate QNAP compliant hard drives. I then ran the installation software. After initialization I got the following message "The system cannot detect any hard drives. Please install a hard drive". I contacted QNAP support through Skype chat. I was told to format the drives, which I did but got the same message.
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Overall 10

Upgrade from a 1-Drive NAS to a 2-Drive NAS

Menehune, Amazon
2 August 2010
  • Summary: I'm not very technical on my NAS drives, but I was using a TS-109 II until I found that I could really use a shell the offers 2 NAS drives. I highly recommend the brand and would recommend this particular model for folks who only want a set of network drives for a growing home network. I use the NAS for sharing data among 3 PCs, media service for 2 network appliances and primarily serve as a data backup for my 3 PCs data files.
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Overall 10

Ultimate NAS/Media Server solution

M. Khan "murkho", Amazon
11 July 2010
  • Summary: I have had this for 3 weeks and couldn't have been happier with the feature and functionality it provides. I have a hybrid windows/mac home network environment and this serves both platform equally well.
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Overall 10

The best 2-bay NAS box for the money!!

Capt. Bon, Amazon
1 January 2010
  • Summary: I have tried a few of these boxes, and settled for QNAP. To make long story short, this box has very low operating and standby power (not counting drive power), it is quiet with smart fan (3 speeds auto/manual adjusted based on drive or system temp), transfer speed for >4GB files from my Dell XPS thru gigabit switching hub is around 10MByte/s write, 25MB/s read.
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Overall 8

nice mini server

A. Strigelskiy, Amazon
3 June 2009
  • Summary: This thing is pretty much plug and play, for the abundance of different services that this thing can do I thought configuration was a snap. I like this server, it's compact, quiet, simple and fast. I used it for RAID 1 with two SATA 1TB hard drives from WD - so far it has been online for a month. There was initial problem with passwords, that is why I took of one star.
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