Asustor AS1004T V2 4 Bay Diskless Desktop NAS Dual Core 1.6GHz CPU 512MB RAM
SKU# AC19673, Model# AS1004Tv2

$375.98

SKU # AC19673 | Model # AS1004Tv2

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Asustor AS1004T V2 4 Bay Diskless Desktop NAS - Marvell ARMADA-385 1.6GHz (Dual-Core) Processor - 512MB DDR3 Memory - Supports 4x 3.5" SATA 3 6GB/s HDD - 2x USB 3.0 Ports - 1x RJ45 Gigabit Ethernet Port - AS1004Tv2 - 3 Years Limited Warranty

Manufacturer Warranty: 3 Years Limited Warranty

· Exceptional transfer performance
· Ultra-quiet operation
· Energy efficient low power consumption
· Hand screw design for toolless installation
· Stylish diamond-plate finished cover design

The Asustor AS1004T V2 4-Bay Diskless Desktop NAS (AS1004Tv2) offers a large storage capacity, tool-less installation, fast data transfers, and mobile file access for businesses, professionals, and home users.  The Asustor AS1004T V2 diskless NAS features a 1.6GHz, dual-core Marvell ARMADA-385 processor with an integrated hardware encryption engine, 512MB of non-expandable system memory, and 16MB of flash memory.  Four drive bays compatible with 3.5" HDDs are available for storing multimedia and data files.  It also comes with dual USB 3.0 ports, a Gigabit LAN port, a 120mm system fan, and a 90W power supply.
 

Comprehensive backup options

Protect your data by using the desktop NAS as a backup server.  The Asustor App Central has a plethora of backup and sync applications ready for use.
 

The Asustor AS1004VT V2 NAS can accommodate up to four hard disk drives, enabling you to have as much as 56TB of maximum internal capacity with four 14TB HDDs.  Its immense drive capacity makes it ideal for backing up a large amount of data using a RAID configuration that suits your needs.

 

Read more about Asustor AS1004T V2 4 Bay Diskless Desktop NAS Dual Core 1.6GHz CPU 512MB RAM on the official Asustor website.

Asustor AS1004T V2 4 Bay Diskless Desktop NAS Dual Core 1.6GHz CPU 512MB RAM - Desktop Overview 1

SKU # AC19673 | Model # AS1004Tv2

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