Smart Home Backup up to 7 TeraBytes

By | May 21st, 2009



Acer has released its new series of easyStore for those who want to store their data at home. Everybody wants to backup their precious data at their own vicinity. Acer has provided a very cheap solution to that by releasing easyStore AH340-UA230N with 1 TB of space that can be extended to 7 TB.

 Smart Home Backup up to 7 TeraBytes

EasyStore comes with some basic specifications to help you go. The purpose of this machine is not processing of data but the storage of data.Now you can store all TV series, Movies, Videos and everything without worrying about the space. Indeed Space is not an issue anymore

  • Intel Atom 230 processor (1.6Ghz)
  • 2GB DDR2 RAM
  • Windows Home Server
  • 1TB of storage (can be up to 7TB)
  • Three Empty Hot Swappable Hard Drive Bays
  • 5 USB 2.0 Ports
  • 1 SATA Port
  • 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet
  • 200 Watt Power Supply
  • RJ-45 LAN Port
  • 8.3-inches (H) x 7.8-inches (W) x 7.08-inches (L)

All that in just 400$

 Smart Home Backup up to 7 TeraBytes

 Smart Home Backup up to 7 TeraBytes

 Smart Home Backup up to 7 TeraBytes

 Smart Home Backup up to 7 TeraBytes

 Smart Home Backup up to 7 TeraBytes

 Smart Home Backup up to 7 TeraBytes

 Smart Home Backup up to 7 TeraBytes

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  • http://www.comptechgadgets.blogspot.com Ashish Kalmegh

    this is great …
    Some day will buy this

  • http://basaratali.blogspot.com Basarat

    Amazing :)

  • Thelanor

    When I first looked at it, my first thought was “Mini-fridge”

  • ovi

    hehe jeg har fået min :-) den er kannon lille server

  • http://www.borellus.com Borellus

    Wow, that’s pretty cheap, I think I may buy one of those. It would come in handy for sharing stuff about my home network. And with only a 200w PSU it would be far better than having a proper server.

  • Frank

    Looks great. Small and compact. I’m one of those nuts who would remove Windows Home Server and install Linux. Using rsync over ssh to backup all data. Wrap it up in a cron job and you never have to worry about backing up your system as it will do it automatically.

  • Tom

    Why Windows Home Server??? I’d really rather run Linux on it so that I could do NFS and AFP in addition to Windows. Plus, with Linux, you’re able to set up iTunes, Xbox, ShoutCast and other audio and video streaming services. Can also set a Linux box up to do iSCSI so that client systems will see “their” chunks of storage as though it were local, physical storage. Set it up with an FTP or HTTP server and you’ve got something you can use for storage when you’re away from home.

  • http://solaratomicwatches.org/ Solar Atomic Watches Matt

    Neat idea huh? This is cool. This is the answer to my problem. Because at home, I do have lots to store. This device has cool features you could not even imagine that will fit with its small size! With this, space problem is a “no no”. Got to have this one.

  • http://solaratomicwatches.org/ Solar Atomic Watches Matt

    Neat idea huh? This is cool. This is the answer to my problem. Because at home, I do have lots to store. This device has cool features you could not even imagine that will fit with its small size! With this, space problem is a “no no”. Got to have this one.

  • Ron

    Great looking, only prob is it comes with Home server(sux balls). Blow that away and go Amahi!

  • http://www.ediy.co.nz/ internet marketing

    I think this may be what we need. I will check it out.