Infortrend EonNAS Pro 200
Here we get our first look at the Infortrend EonNAS Pro 200. On the front Infortrend has a power button, USB port with a one button back up option and the door that hides the two drive bays. Status LEDs illuminate to give status information when in use.
Extra ventilation on the side of the NAS helps to cool the electronics on the inside of the box.
You get a liberal amount of connections on the back of the EonNAS 200. Those include eSATA, four USB ports, dual gigabit Ethernet and a video our connector.
The system is cooled by a single 80mm fan that is quiet when the NAS has settled.
The other side panel is solid.
With the front door open, we see the two drive bays. These are semi-locking bays. You can open them with anything thin enough to insert into the slots, but a car key is too large.
Getting started is easy enough with the preconfigured IP address and login info on the front of the NAS.
The drive sleds are made of plastic, but that helps to reduce any vibration from the drives.
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