Seagate NAS Pro 4-Bay
The Seagate NAS Pro has an attractive face that is finished in piano black. The four non-locking drive bays allow users to quickly and easily add, or replace disk in a moments notice.
A USB 3.0 port on the front of the system offers one touch backup when used in conjunction with the backup button just below the power button.
Both sides of the NAS are sealed, so the air moved by the rear fan enters the system through the small openings in the front of the NAS.
The system uses a large fan to reduce vibration and noise. A Kensington lock adapter on the bottom left side keeps the NAS Pro safe when anchored.
IO comes from two gigabit Ethernet ports that can be used independently for use on two networks, or teamed for increased throughput to a single network. The two USB ports on the back, one 2.0 and one 3.0, add expansion options to the system.
Four soft rubber feet on the bottom reduce vibration to the table top.
With 3.5" drives, the sleds are tool-less. Seagate includes screws if you want to run 2.5" drives. The Seagate NAS Pro systems purchased with disks ship with Seagate NAS HDDs.
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