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QNAP TS 219P II Turbo NAS Review

Rating: 9.0.

NAS systems are becoming ever more popular, with many households in 2011 adding one to their network. QNAP need no introduction, being one of the most established players in the networking industry. It has been some time since I have looked at one of their boxes and today we have the TS-219P II Turbo NAS up for review.

The TS-219P II Turbo NAS is a dual bay model and is supplied with a 2GHZ Marvel Kirkwood processor. QNAP have included 512MB of DDR3 memory, an upgrade over the DDR2 memory in the previous version. It has full support for Windows, Macintosh and Linux platforms.

At only £286 inc vat, is this the ideal NAS system for your home network?

Main Features:

  • Cross-platform Data Sharing Center
  • Complete Backup Solutions
  • Revolutionary Home Video, Music & Photo Center
  • Personal/Private Cloud Storage
  • QMobile App for On-the-go Contents Access
  • Superior Performance with 2.0 GHz CPU
  • Energy-efficient & Eco-friendly

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  • Flacid

    Excellent, good price too. you could load this out with 2TB for £400 all in.

  • Ronnie

    I always liked QNAP. good to see a review here. They are facing tougher competition from synology this year, but its tight.

    competition is good for all.

  • Dave

    It always amazes me when I see performance like this at such a low price. Our business had several NAS systems made years ago and they were much slower than this. cost a fortune too.

    This market is growing so quickly. good time to buy.

  • Edward

    Excellent, was beginning to think this site was owned by Synology.

  • Stupido

    I’m curious if one can build cheaper using some atom based miniITX system?
    I mean than you’ll have practically PC that can do bit more than just hosting and sharing files… also point will be the power consumption…

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