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ineo I-NA559N Pro 5-Bay NAS Server Review - The Packaging

ineo has amazed us with their quality products and low price points. Did they just deliver a consumer friendly NAS with a consumer friendly price?

| SOHO NAS/DAS in Storage | Posted: May 13, 2011 3:46 am
TweakTown Rating: 90%      Manufacturer: ineo Technology

The Packaging

 

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The front of the package lists several of the key features of the NAS. You will also find some of the specifications listed in this area.

 

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The side of the package gives the full specifications list and has a detailed diagram of the hardware features at the top.

 

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The back of the package gives us a lot of information on different RAID arrays that are possible with the unit and even gives some performance data.

 

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The software features are listed on the other side of the NAS; ineo has pretty much covered everything.

 

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With the unit out of the box we found that the inner packaging was setup very well and will keep the NAS safe during shipping.

 

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In many ways we are already impressed with the ineo NA559N Pro. Little touches make a big impression. Here we see that ineo has included both coarse and fine thread screws. One set is used on 3.5" form factor drives and the other is for 2.5" drives. We have yet to see this from Thecus or QNAP.

 

ineo also includes a software disc, power and CAT5 cable.

 

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