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Patriot Valkyrie 2-Bay Network Attached Storage Device - The Patriot Valkyrie 2-Bay NAS

Patriot has brought a new 2-bay NAS device to market aimed at the home user or small business and carries with it an attractive price tag.

| SOHO NAS/DAS in Storage | Posted: Feb 15, 2010 3:32 am
TweakTown Rating: 90%      Manufacturer: Patriot

The Patriot Valkyrie 2-Bay NAS


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Here we get our first look at the Patriot Valkyrie. On the left side each HDD gets two LEDs dedicated to their operation status. Along the top is where we found the power and one touch back up button. We will cover the backup features with the software in the following page. Also on the front is a single USB slot for backing up data off of your thumb drive.


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Behind the front door is where you will find the dual drive sleds. It should be noted that there is not a locking mechanism for the drives or the plastic door. Both drives slid in and out very easily after you press the extraction button shown here on the left.


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Patriot uses a metal housing for the Valkyrie and on the side you can see the label that is silk screened.


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As with most NAS servers, most of the action is happening on the back of the unit. Here we see the second USB port that makes enabling the print server over Ethernet function a snap as well as your Gigabit Ethernet port, software reset function and power plug. The Valkyrie uses a small fan to cool itself and the hard drives inside. The fan is silent when in operation at two feet away.


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Patriot put together a nice manual that will walk you through the setup procedures and software configurations. Here we also see the supplied power adapter, driver disk and Ethernet cable.


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