Acer debuts Atom-based home server

Posted on Tuesday, Apr 21 2009 @ 20:13 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Acer presents the Aspire Easy-Store H340, this is a small home storage server that uses the Intel Atom processor and supports up to four hot-swappable 3.5" HDDs. The server has a Gigabit Ethernet port, a total of five USB ports and one eSATA port. It will soon be available for 399EUR.
One of the interesting features of the Aspire Easy-Store N340 is that the device automatically creates backups of all connected PCs so that all data is safe and reinstalling a system is easier. Furthermore it is possible to have important files and folders automatically copied to internal or external hard drives to minimize the threat of possible data loss.

The Aspire Easy-Store H340 is based on Intel's atom N230 with the 945GSC Express chipset with ICH7R and 2 GiByte RAM. This ensures low power consumption for the administrating hardware. In order to increase the energy efficiency the user can program Standby and activation times.

Source: PC Games Hardware

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