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Acer easyStore Home Server hits the market

Up to 7TB of strage and a $400 price

| Computer Systems News | Posted: May 21, 2009 4:38 pm

As we have talked about the home is becoming more like the enterprise these days. We see PoE (Power over Ethernet) Home Servers, IP cameras, and complex wired and wireless networks.

 

Dell and HP already have Home Server products based on Microsoft's Home Serve Operating system and now Acer has one of their own.

 

The new system is called the easyStore Home Server and features a nice combination of features and expandability. With a price tag of $400 Acer is going to offer storage of up to 7 terabytes (1 TB built in and 3 extra 3.5-Inch bays, an Atom 230 CPU, and 2GB of DDR2 RAM.

 

This is not a bad way to enter the market if you ask me.

 

Read more here.

 


Acer easyStore Home Server hits the market

 


Acer's entering the home server market, and its first entry's gonna be the easyStore AH340-UA230N with built-in Windows Home Server. It's juiced up with Intel Atom 230 processor and 2GB DDR2 RAM, and in addition to 1TB of storage, you've got three 3.5-inch hot swappable bays for a possible total of 7TB of storage.

 

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