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Fanless single-bay NAS with built-in WiFi hotspot
Elmshorn, Germany, 06.05.14. Shuttle Computer Handels GmbH, the
European subsidiary of Shuttle Inc., one of the leading developers and
manufacturers of compact PC solutions such as the world-renowned XPC
Mini-PC Barebones, is now launching the KS10, a storage solution for
NAS entry-level users.
This network-based one-bay storage solution is suitable for storing
files (e.g. documents, music and photos) on the local network, for
location-independent data backup or for setting up your own private
cloud. With a consumption of less than 6 W in standby mode and 12 W
during normal operation it is a particularly frugal machine.
The fanless KS10 is suitable for 3.5" hard disks up to at least 4
Terabytes and has further USB ports for external storage devices and
printer. Devices connected by USB cable as well as memory cards in the
built-in SD card reader can be shared over the network. The Gigabit
Ethernet network connection enables data transfer speeds of up to 80
MB/s when reading and up to 60 MB/s when writing. In addition, a
built-in, access-protected WiFi hotspot can be enabled for
communication with wireless devices.
"Once you've taken the machine out of the box, it can be set up in
just a few simple steps. A multilingual wizard guides newcomers by the
hand through the process," explains Tom Seiffert, Head of Marketing &
PR at Shuttle Computer Handels GmbH. "The supplied OMNINAS Finder tool
and OMNINAS apps for Android and iOS offer additional convenience for
use on the move."
Just like its larger brethren in the Shuttle NAS range, the KS10 also
offers simple server services for FTP, DLNA and iTunes. Also on board
are functions such as Wake-On LAN, energy-efficient Ethernet and a
scheduler for NAS operating time. The LEDs can be switched off for
unobtrusive use in the home.
A short product film presents 360° views of the new model and also
offers a glance inside: www.youtube.com/watch?v=5-PDKBoMIZY
The recommended retail price for the Shuttle OMNINAS KS10 is EUR 81.00
(ex VAT). The machine shown here is available from specialized
retailers in Europe as of now.
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