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Shuttle OMNINAS KS10 Single-Bay NAS Server with WiFi Hotspot

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.

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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.

 

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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.

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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.

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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

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