Asustor has upgraded two- and four-drawer NASs

Models with a fresh 2.5 gigabit RJ-45 interface arrive at the entry level.

As an ASUS sub-brand, Asustor has pulled the cover off two new entry-level NAS that break with the limitations of gigabit network connectivity. Barrel with 2.5 gigabit Ethernet connector on the tail, Drivestor 2 (AS1102T), and Drivestor 4 (AS1104T) The solutions, named after, are built on a quad-core Realtek RTD1296 processor ticking at 1.4 GHz, along with (slightly perhaps little and not expandable) 1GB of DDR4 RAM and 8GB of eMMC flash memory. As you can see, the former works with the latter two and the latter with four drawers, and we can load 3.5-inch SATA drives, up to 18 TB per piece.



For those who do not have enough capacity, the two USB 3.0 ports can be connected by the manufacturer AS6004U type expanders – one in each socket – to extend the amount of available storage up to 180 and 216 TB. Among the compatible file systems, FAT32, NTFS, EXT3, EXT4 and exFAT are welcome, and in addition to JBOD operation, of course, various RAID configurations (RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10) can also be used. .


The system, which uses 256-bit hardware AES encryption, is cooled by a 70-mm fan and, for the larger model, a 120-mm fan, while the power adapters are 65 and 90 watts. The software backbone is the revamped ADM 4.0 OS, and we can transcode up to 10-bit, 4K-resolution H.265 media, resulting in sleek video playback in LooksGood. When Media Mode is initialized, its kite leaves 512 MB of RAM in reserve for multimedia, perhaps other, memory-intensive tasks.


There are several ways to back it up, but the newcomers ’repertoire includes a built-in firewall, ClamAV antivirus, file / folder / app isolation, and Wake-on-LAN / Wake-on-WAN features, while you can run your web server with Web Center. There are four free channels for cameras to set up surveillance systems, but by purchasing licenses we can increase this number to 12.


Of course, this list does not cover the full range of our options, so we recommend our readers interested in the 170- and 270-dollar NAS shipped with a 3-year warranty to review the product pages.

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