QNAP uses a full retail package with their NAS servers. Here we see quite a few of the features listed right on the front of the box. QNAP also wanted the consumer to see that the new NAS uses a 1.2GHz processor, something that other servers on the shelf will not be able to claim.
On the side of the package a full list of specifications is given.
The back of the package shows several features and setup scenarios, most of which will be over the typical consumers head. At the bottom right you can see the DLNA information and how the TS-419P Turbo NAS will work with Playstation 3 video game systems; another really good reason to call the NAS server "a gift."
The other side of the box talks about some of the software features. QNAP was not able to get them all listed, which isn't a surprise since the Turbo NAS Series is able to do so much.
With the outer box removed we see how everything is packaged. QNAP has yet to disappoint me with their safety and attention to detail on the packaging.
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