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QNAP TS 219P II Turbo NAS Review

The network panel is well laid out, and IP settings can be changed here, as well as adjustments to the jumbo frame sizes.

The volume management panel is comprehensive and allows for RAID adjustments and status alerts.

Configuring a shared folder is painfree and very quick, taking only a few seconds. The system is very responsive and moving between panels doesn't cause any delays.

The folders all appear in the NAS window as shown above. Passwords and user login information will need to be entered, depending on your settings via the panel beforehand.

There are many networking options available, including full support for Windows and Macintosh systems.

QNAP offer a dedicated panel for media support, including Apple iTunes Server.

Keeping up with modern trends, there is full Cloud support.

External drives can be attached and data passed over quickly to the internal drives for access later.

QNAP build in full diagnostic support to check on CPU, networking and memory use. There is also SMART monitoring, services status and storage monitoring.

The interface is excellent, responsive and fully featured. It needs to be to compete against the excellent Synology Diskmanager platform.

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7 comments

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

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

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

  5. 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…