QNAP TS-419P+ Turbo NAS 4-Bay Network Storage ReviewMon, Jan 10, 2011 - 12:00 AM
QNAP TS-419P+ – What’s in the Box?
QNAP included everything a user would need to setup a NAS device for the first time. Included are two Ethernet Cables, two bags of screws for 2.5 inch and 3.5 inch Hard Drives, a Power Brick and Power Cable, Users Manual, CD containing the software for Mac, Windows, and Linux Users, as well as a note stating that Firmware Upgrades are free, and that the unit should be flashed with the latest firmware before being used.
The front of the QNAP TS-419P+ has changed little from the TS-419P. It still contains LED indicators for the status of the four available Hard Drives, as well as indicators for the LAN, USB, and eSATA connections. Also on the front of the unit is the power button, one USB Port, and a ENTER and SELECT toggle button for navigating the Front LED Display. What has changed from the TS-419P is that the drive carriages no longer have a Lock.
On the back of the QNAP TS-419P+ we find the exact same layout as the TS-419P. Contained on the back of the unit are two eSATA Ports, two gigabit Ethernet ports, three USB ports, and the power connector. Also on the back of the unit is a K-Lock Security Slot, and a dead silent 120MMM Fan.
Next we go on to installing the drives!