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Seagate Business Storage Windows Server 4-Bay NAS Review - Intel Atom Powered - Packaging

Seagate Business Storage Windows Server 4-Bay NAS Review - Intel Atom Powered

Seagate takes NAS storage to another level with Windows Storage Server 2012 and a 4-bay unit that uses Storage Spaces. Chris takes a look. (NASDAQ:STX)

| Network Storage in IT/Datacenter | Posted: Feb 11, 2014 3:04 pm
TweakTown Rating: 91%      Manufacturer: Seagate

Packaging

 

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The system comes in a full retail package with some general information about the unit on the box. A sticker shows which model is inside of the package.

 

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Inside, we found a well-packed unit with lots of foam padding to protect the NAS. The drives are preinstalled, and the drive sleds are toolless types with anti-vibration capabilities.

 

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The accessory kit includes a key shaped flash drive with reinstallation / recovery software for the NAS operating system. We also found an Ethernet cable, power brick, quick install guide, two keys for locking the front door, and a power cable.

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