So you’ve got yourself an ever expanding network of computers each with important documents or precious memories you want to back up yet doing the external storage swap is more of a hassle than it’s worth. There is of course the simple solution, that shiney little NAS you’ve been pondering for a while now can make all of your file hosting and back up issues vanish.
CCE Reviews has a look at the QNAP TS-219P Turbo NAS which supports a pair of internal drives and has eSATA ports for two more making it a flexible machine:
The front end provides access to the two hot-swappable drive cages as well as the power button, copy button, one extra USB port and a series of LEDs to indicate the device’s status. On the back end we have a single 70mm cooling fan as well as 2 eSATA ports, 2 additional USB ports, a gigabit LAN port, a reset button, the K-Lock Security Slot and the 12DV power port.
Impressive feature set which will let you grow its storage capacity at your own pace through its added USB and eSATA ports.