Conclusion: As this final thoughts page for my QNAP NAS reviews gets longer and longer (Admittedly, I do borrow a few paragraphs from my past articles, and it kind of accumulates), it is nice to approach the conclusion with a different mindset than before. In the past, I have always covered the business line from the company; leaving out the home section out of the equation. Not anymore.
QNAP TS-419P Turbo NAS 4-Bay Network Storage Server
28 November 2009
Conclusion: Although our rating and final score are made to be as objective as possible, please be advised that every author perceives these factors differently at different points in time. While we do our best to ensure that all aspects of the product are considered, there are often times unforeseen market conditions and manufacturer changes which occur after publication that would render our rating obsolete.
Pros: 50.3/32.3 MBps best read/write performance, Built-in iSCSI Target Service, Online RAID Capacity Expansion and Level Migration, 4-Bay hot-swap SATA storage up to 8TB, Dual Gigabit Ethernet NICs offer teaming and failover safety, Pre-installed PHP+MySQL and Apache web server, RAID-0/1/5/6/5+Spare/JBOD disk configurations, No wiring needed; SATA and power on backplane, LCD Panel configures basic information without web interface, Rugged brushed-steel chassis provides dur...
Cons: Lacks AES encryption, Lacks ZFS file system support, Faster NAS products compete in the same price segment, High-stress applications cause higher operating temperatures
QNAP TS-419P Turbo NAS 4-Bay Network Storage Review
24 November 2009
Excerpt: My home based network is a mix of two windows based workstations (XP and Windows 7), two XP laptops and two Linux servers (Redhat 5 and Fedora Core 10). External storage on these systems has always been on my todo list and a simple solution would be to add a network attached storage device or NAS. Up to this point, every time I looked at a NAS, they always seemed poorly made or way too expensive for a home based system. Recently I was asked to review the QNAP TS-419P...
Conclusion: The QNAP TS-419P is a powerful and versatile NAS box that offers more features than you’ll know what to do with. It’s an excellent product for those wanting full control over their network storage capabilities and in addition you’ll be able to do much more than just store files on it. Yes it’s a bit expensive, but it’s well worth it, you’ll never need another NAS box once you’ve got the TS-419P.
Summary: QNAP TS-419P Turbo NAS продемонстрировал завидные результаты в ходе наших испытаний, превзойдя на большинстве тестов практически всех соперников, за исключением безусловного лидера тестирования. Мы сочли возможным упомянуть это СХД в разделе «Редакция советует». Несмотря на ощутимую цену хранилища, приобретать его будут те, кто твердо уверен в насущной необходимости всех доступных функций аппарата.
Pros: Богатая функциональность, высокая производительность, низкий уровень шума.