Shuttle, well-known compact computing specialist, has recently rolled out its newest single-bay NAS server, namely the Shuttle OMNINAS KS10. New machine is actually a fan-free single-bay Network Attached Storage (NAS) system and integrated Wi-Fi hotspot. Other most feature is a screw-free design that allows users to easily install hard drive. Since fanless and low-power consumption design, the Shuttle KS10 delivering passively cooled and quiet for long-term operation.
Besides its exterior design, Shuttle’s latest single-bay NAS server is utilized an 800MHz Marvell 88F6707 processor that major contributor on passively-cooled in term of design. New Shuttle OMNINAS KS10 desktop PC provides 256MB DDR3 RAM and one 3.5-inch SATA hard drive bay with up to 4TB of capacity space. This HDD controller is fully support for idle spin-down timing as well as SMART reporting and diagnostics.
On the front-panel, new KS10 NAS server is a built-in SD/SDHC/SDXC card reader. It supports Microsoft Windows XP and above, Mac OS and Linux software. The selling point of Shuttle OMNINAS KS10 is built-in 2.4GHz band WiFi 801.11b/g/n with supports both client and hotspot modes. That’s aimed to reduce the number of dedicated devices required, of course, on their networks.
In connectivity term, it is equipped with two USB 2.0 ports (front and rear), one Gigabit LAN port, as well as WiFi, of course. Housing with a plastic chassis, it measures 124 x 60 x 205 mm and weighs 550grams.
Still, if you’re interested in picking one up for your home or office, you can do so already available for price tag 81 Euro (around $112).
Source: Product Page